Assassin’s Creed Origins 1080p/60FPS Mode On Xbox One X Is Not Final Yet

By   /   Sep 6, 2017
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With Assassin’s Creed Origins being right around the corner, rumors spread that there’s a possibility of a graphics mode on the Xbox One X that will let you play the game on 1080p resolution at 60frames per second. It was first mentioned by Youtuber Dee Batch and later started to get supporters all around the globe.

As expected, sources started reaching out to Ubisoft for an official response and finally Dualshockers got a reply stating the following:

“It’s too soon for to say as of today as the game framerate has not been locked yet. Our goal is take full advantage of the hardware horsepower to deliver the best possible experience on all platforms.  Assassin’s Creed Origins will use dynamic resolution rendering, so the resolution will adapt to ensure a smooth frame rate and the best image possible in all situations.”

As mentioned yesterday on a post about the 1080/60 FPS Mode for Assassin’s Creed Origins for Xbox One X, Ubisoft praised the new console giving it credit for its hardware and how it can be used to push the company’s games to their limits:

“This is the one thing with the Xbox One X: we have more memory to play with, a faster processor, so we’re definitely able to push the limits of those visuals.”

So there is still no valid word about Assassin’s Creed Origins Xbox One X edition being pushed to 1080p/60FPS but it seems that the company is willing to give this opportunity to the fans if the hardware of the console can keep up with the pressure.

As for the PC version of the game, Ubisoft promised that Assassin’s Creed Origins won’t be suffering the same fate like the previous ones of the franchise. Assassin’s Creed Origins is an upcoming action RPG in development at Ubisoft and is scheduled to launch on October 27, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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