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In a thread on the Neogaf forums, general manager of Bioware Aaryn Flynn talked about Mass Effect: Andromeda for consoles. He talked about how the title has no plans to appear on the Nintendo Switch or the Scorpio project, but while on the subject, he gave some information about the tech behind Mass Effect: Andromeda. According to Flynn, the game will run at 1080p on PlayStation 4 while the Xbox One will run it at 900p. Before starting another battle in the console wars, however, it should be noted that both copies of the game will run at 30fps as well.

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