The comparative effects reflect the graphics of the Mass Effect Legendary Edition and the original game in the franchise

The comparative effects reflect the graphics of the Mass Effect Legendary Edition and the original game in the franchise

The video released by EA brings more details about the graphic development of the remaster

Compared to the look of the original games in the trilogy, Eletronic Arts was released today (13), showing the graphics of the Mass Effect Legendary Edition. The company revealed more details about the remaster, which arrives next month.

Approximately two minutes long, the comparison trailer is available in 4K resolution (Ultra HD) on YouTube and can be seen above. The production showcases the game’s graphic evolution in real-time and shows how Revaster improved the original work of Bioware.


(Image: EA Games / Playback)

Each image is compared with a sign containing a digit that has been improved in the game. At the beginning of the promotional video, EA Games highlights landscape improvements, including more detailed worlds and improved particle and physical effects, such as smoke and fog.

More details of the characters of the Mass Effect Legendary Edition are also shown. EA Games explains that it has improved skin repair and applied realistic responses to surfaces, as well as ensuring a closeness to current games using remastering textures and detailed 3D models.


(Image: EA Games / Playback)


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At the end of the video, the company also shows all the filters and improvements applied to a scene to show the graphic development of the Mass Effect trilogy remaster. Developers have enhanced effects such as ambient occlusion, depth of field, tone mapping, and bloom.

The Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be released by Eletronic Arts on 14 May. The game will be available on PC via Origin and Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will also run in backward compatibility with enhancements on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

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