|BioWare: PS3 Mass Effect 2 has "probably some changes" visually|
|Posted: 28.09.2010 11:31 by Simon Priest||Comments: 2|
Greg Zeschuk of BioWare reveals that because of the "very different architecture" in the PS3 to Xbox 360, there will likely be some visual differences.
Its graphical processor is "all different" so it's only natural. BioWare will not "get pulled into the argument" of which is better as "both" are powerful.
The PS3 Mass Effect 2 will include a new intro to the game which allegedly details the events of the first game story-wise. BioWare founder Greg Zeschuk discussed the differences that PS3 gamers can expect from their Xbox 360 or PC counterparts.
"The important thing is that, fundamentally, it has a very different architecture. Visually, there are probably some changes - I mean, there are differences in the way the memory is allocated, and the graphical processor is all different," he said.
"We're not going to get pulled into the argument over which is the more powerful; at the end of the day, they both are, and we can do whatever we want on them. When you create games, you want as many people as possible to play them, so this is a great opportunity to reach a huge segment of the market."
"It think it will play a little differently. I mean, right from the start, you have a different controller, and that alone will change the way the game feels," added Zeschuk.
Mass Effect 2 releases on PS3 February 2011. Will it include DLC on disc?