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Thanks, I've changed it.
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Oh nice! It threw me because it said "requires the base game to play" on Steam. Have updated now, thanks!
I believe you need to use a controller.
I don't give a crap about AMD vs. Nvidia, although I have a feeling you do. Read the article. "Mass Effect: Andromeda is just around the corner now, so Nvidia have finally released the system requirements." That is misleading, the requirements were already out. "Finally" they say even, as if they haven't been out for nearly two weeks.
"If you want to push it up to 4K or crank up the graphics options, you'll need to fit your rig with a faster GPU, such as the GeForce GTX 1070, GeForce GTX 1080, or newly-announced GeForce GTX 1080 Ti - get the lowdown on Nvidia's beastly GPU at that link"
If that isn't blatantly obvious to you that this is a sponsored post, then I don't think there is anything I could say to convince you. This post is scummy, and if you don't see it you are blinded by fanboyism.
Hello, writer here. This isn't a sponsored post. We flag our sponsored posts as such, it's just that the Nvidia specs also showed off the graphics options and had minor differences to the original released ones via Origin. Usually, the latest specs are the most accurate. Plus, these ones told you what resolution each is shooting for, as well as revealing those graphics options - both details I thought our audience would be interested in. If AMD were partnered with EA, I would have done the same post but with AMD specs.
Huh, Steam was super out this time. Thanks, have updated.
Glad I could help :)
Multiplayer is an optional extra. The meat of the game is a single-player RPG.
So jealous right now.
You should be. No more aching arms or lumps. Mash will never be the same again. :D
We tried multiple single-player games and one of our guys can't even load Steam at all. Seems to be affecting people differently, which could mean they are slowly bringing it back online.
That's because you launched it through Steam, instead of launching the game.
Pretty sure it's PC and PS4, much like the No Man's Sky Sony deal.
I do hope so. Sony introduced Kojima with an intro about how they were investing into partnerships with different companies over there new titles, and that Kojima's title was proof of there commitment to these partnerships. All very vague, so we can hope this title ends with a PC release. It's all a bit too secretive at the moment to tell.
Source: introduction starts at 1:34.30