What you need to know
- Assassin's Creed Valhalla takes place during the Dark Ages in England and Norway.
- According to Ubisoft, it will run "at least 30FPS" on Xbox Series X.
- It will also support 4K resolution and benefit from faster loading times.
Despite 60FPS being the standard output on Xbox Series X, it looks like one major upcoming title may not hit that benchmark. According to a Ubisoft spokesperson speaking with Eurogamer's Portugal branch, Assassin's Creed Valhalla will run "at least 30FPS" on Xbox Series X.
Bear in mind that this is a translation of the quote, but 30FPS seems pretty clear. Still, the door wasn't shut on the possibility of 60FPS. Assassin's Creed Valhalla is still several months from release, and Ubisoft could optimize it by that time to at least offer the option of favoring resolution or frame rate like some current-gen games do right now. It is also set to support 4K resolution and take advantage of the Xbox Series X's SSD for faster loading times.
Everything we know about Assassin's Creed Valhalla
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is set to release holiday 2020 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5, and PC.
Conquer new lands for glory and honor
After endless wars ravage Norway and resources are scarce, you'll lead your clan to the shores of England in the hopes of finding a new home. But not everyone is keen on having Vikings around, and King Alfred of Wessex will do all he can to keep you from settling.
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Well that's... Unsettling.
Don't blame the console.. Game didn't look that Next Gen or a big step up. This is Ubisoft failing to optimize.
Always Under Promise and Over Deliver. If they committed to 60 FPS and only made 50 FPS they would look like knuckleheads. If they commit to 30 FPS and end up higher (but under 60FPS) they get a golf clap. If they hit 60 FPS or higher they are high fived and heros.
|| ... will run at *least 30 FPS. as in: at a *minimum 30 FPS.
The "at" should've been doubled.
"will run at at least 30fps".
|| Bear in mind that this is a translation of the quote.
- maybe a poor translation -- but, it reads it will never drop below 30 FPS.
The CPU is capable of 60fps. The graphics can be set to hit the 60fps. I don't need 4K ultra settings but I want the 60fps. At least give us two modes. BTW Odyssey barley hits 60fps in ultra in 4k with a RTX2080Ti so no need for those settings.
This is true. I'm averaging 70fps at 1440p with a 9900k and a 2080Ti on ultra settings (literally everything on max). So imagine how this game would run on a $600 console at 4K. The problem is Ubisoft not the hardware.
30 FPS games need to to be outlawed on next gen consoles.
If FPS matters that much to you, you shouldn't be buying consoles. Consoles are and always will be a budget entry to gaming that's relatively affordable to the masses.
Console have been on oar ir even exceeding pc till xbox 360 and ps3. Now with next gens xbox sx and ps5 they are on par with most high end pcs, specialy the xbox sx which has the processing and graphics power of 2080 so all games should run great if the developers optimise them properly and 60fps at 4k should not be a problem to achieve. So your comment of being budget is irrelevant. As of now build a similarly spected oc would cost you around 1400 so buying a consol at 499 as they more likely will cost that is a bargain
This is all due to Ubisoft not making good optimizations for either consoles. Or on the PC at that. They need to get better at optimization. Until then not buying their game
If it's not 60fps I'm not buying it.
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