Dec 20, 2016 05:20 PM EST | By Danny Smith
After the huge success of "Mass Effect 3," followers of the hit series are in for another treat. BioWare confirms that they are already finishing up the brand new "Mass Effect: Andromeda" for PC and consoles. Contrary to popular beliefs, however, series developers say "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will not support Microsoft's Project Scorpio console.
Microsoft's Project Scorpio is probably the most popular console in the horizon. Many believed that it was safe to assume that BioWare's upcoming role-playing game will fall behind the line of hardware supporters. But according to Kalen2utech, the popular belief is false at the moment.
In his latest interview, "Mass Effect: Andromeda" producer Michael Gamble was asked about his support for Microsoft's Project Scorpio. The game producer reveals that as of the moment, they have no existing plans for Microsoft's console.
Speaking of consoles, according to WCCFTech, Microsoft's console is not alone. Gamble revealed that the brakes are on for Nintendo as well. Reports initially claimed that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will be released on Nintendo Switch in mid-March next year. But similar to Microsoft's project Scorpio, Gamble said there are no plans for Switch as well.
As of the moment, it seems like the console version of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will remain on PS4 Pro. But despite his unexpected response, Gamble assured fans that no doors have been closed yet for both consoles. He also said that the possibilities are still open.
Meanwhile, fans can expect that "Mass Effect: Andromeda" will both enhance and advance the series in many facets. Sources claim that an exciting bold new storyline is forged into "Mass Effect: Andromeda" galaxy.
Michael Gamble also spilled his thoughts on current-gen enhancements featured in "Mass Effect: Andromeda." With the capabilities of the existing consoles, team Andromeda was able to enhance the galaxy map and innovated plenty other features for users to discover.
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