Mass Effect Legendary Edition is fast approaching – it will be released on May 14, next Friday. The remaster of the famous sci-fi trilogy will bring the entire saga of Commander Shepard, including most of the additional content, so this time you won’t have to buy key parts of the story as a DLC (yes, javik).
However, with the purchase of the Legendary Edition, you will not get everything that the happy owners of more expensive editions of the original games could once enjoy. For example, soundtracks, art books and comics are missing, but none of you may be sorry, because you can now download it all for free. Just aim at this link.
Bioware will provide fans with 88 free tracks within the soundtracks, two art books for the second and third part, two limited editions of comics from the Dark Horse Comics stable and a digital lithograph of the iconic spaceship SSV Normandy. The only thing that will cost you the whole operation is 1.7 GB of disk space.
If you don’t like the work of Normandy and you are interested in your own work of art, you have the opportunity. Just fool around for a while in the new art creator, where you can roll up your own poster without big cavals, where you can put your favorite companions, rivals or lovers and still choose some nice background for them. Behold, here are my warriors for good and justice in the Citadel:
And one more important piece of information for everyone about to kick ass for the Geths, Collectors, and all sorts of other enemies of the most appealing Specter in the galaxy: We’ve learned how the Legendary Edition runs on each console. So, at least roughly, without guarantees.
Detailed information can be found in the table on the official website (also attached below), but in short: Even the old generation of consoles should have no problem with the remaster. You can always choose from a mode that prioritizes either quality or framerate, and such a basic PlayStation 4 should handle 60 fps at 1080p in the latter. The Pro version believes in 1440p at the same number of frames per second. And who would like to enjoy 60 fps in 4K, will see it on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Click the table for full size.
You just need to point out one thing: In the table, it is very cleverly written “up to”, or “up” for all values. So it is possible that the PS4 can handle some chamber scenes at 60 fps, but if it falls below 30 in spectacular space battles, the creators can point to the table and say with a triumphant smile that they did not promise. permanent viewable fpska.
But I’m ahead. We will thoroughly test Remaster on all possible platforms and then we will find out if my suspicion was justified. Of course, I hope not – but after my experience with the good space cop Saren, I tend to be careful among the stars.
Source: Games by games.tiscali.cz.
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