Bioware’s most anticipated shooter and latest entry to the famous franchise, Mass Effect Andromeda is a couple of days away from its release and the developers have been updating us more and more details regarding the game. Recently, we came to know that the game has already been sent to the journalists and other reviewers for their analysis.

Lately, Mass Effect Andromeda producer Michael Gamble had to share something about the game’s PC version. While responding to one of his followers on Twitter, Gamble assured that the game isn’t a port on PC, and it’s not fuck*d up.

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Additionally, the producer also responded to one curious PC gamer asking whether the Mass Effect Andromeda will hit 60 FPS with Ultra settings at 4K resolution on the fastest GPU at the moment, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. According to the producer Gamble, the game will easily cross 60 FPS on the GTX 1080 Ti.

Apparently, the developers of the new shooter are pretty much confident regarding the PC version of their upcoming title. Even the previous titles in the Mass Effect trilogy didn’t had many issues on the PC version, but this one uses Frostbite engine, rather than the traditional Unreal Engine. Let’s see how the game performs when it launches next week.

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According to the reports, the game will receive day one patch for the EA/Origin Access starting from March 16th, sized around 2GB. The access will grant up to 10 hours of gameplay with limited single player access.

Mass Effect Andromeda will be released on March 21st in North America, and March 23rd in the Europe and other regions for PC, PS4 and PS4 Pro and the Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!