05 May 2021 8:17 PM +00:00

EA Reveals Mass Effect Legendary Edition Performance Modes

EA and Bioware outlined the Mass Effect Legendary Edition performance details in a new blog post, including a visual quality mode and a framerate mode.

The Xbox Series X gets the lion’s share of top-end specs, including support for up to 120fps.

Unsurprisingly, the PC version is the way to go if you’re committed to both high-end performance and the best visual quality, with 240fps and 240Hz for its refresh rate, though it depends on what kind of PC you’re using.

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Other platforms, including PlayStation 5 and Xbox One, support up to 60fps.

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition performance modes can be changed at any time.

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EA Reveals Mass Effect Legendary Edition Performance Modes

EA describes them like this:

  • Favor Quality prioritizes achieving the highest visual fidelity possible in exchange for a lower target framerate.
  • Favor Framerate prioritizes the highest framerate possible by scaling native resolution and reducing some graphical features.
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Mass Effect Legendary Edition PS4 Performance

  • Quality — Up to 30fps at 1080p
  • Framerate — Up to 60fps at 1080p

Mass Effect Legendary Edition PS4 Pro Performance

  • Quality — Up to 30fps at 4K UHD
  • Framerate — Up to 60fps at 1440p
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Mass Effect Legendary Edition PS5 Performance

  • Quality — Up to 60fps at 4K UHD
  • Framerate — Up to 60fps at 1440p

Mass Effect Legendary Edition Xbox One Performance

  • Quality — Up to 30fps at 1080p
  • Framerate — Up to 60fps at 1080p
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Mass Effect Legendary Edition Xbox Series S Performance (same as Xbox One X performance)

  • Quality — Up to 30fps at 4K UHD
  • Framerate — Up to 60fps at 1440p

Mass Effect Legendary Edition PC Performance

  • Quality — Up to 60fps at 4K UHD
  • Framerate — Up to 120fps at 1440p
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[Source: EA]