This week, the French manufacturer and publisher confirmed the performance and features of their next-gen games. Microsoft fans, however, noticed a difference, which is to suggest that we only play Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in 4K resolution at 60 fps. The information has been corrected.
Ubisoft wants to prepare players for the next-gen experience and has already unveiled plans for cross-platform gameplay some time ago, confirming full cross-sequencing in its titles. The French went a step further and introduced the specification and features in every upcoming production.
Some players, however, noticed details that sparked a wave of speculation – the industry giant reported the game at “4K to 60 fps” on the Xbox X Series, but the battle at “4K and 60 fps” on the PlayStation 5. According to some Microsoft fans, it was meant to mean, that the PS5 will receive modes for which we can choose performance (60 fps) or graphics (4K).
However, the Twitter post on Xbox News posted over 2,700 positive responses the information contained in it was incorrect. Ubisoft updated the site and now we see “4K @ 60fps” in both cases.
While waiting for the next genes, players are looking for the least information about their favorite brands. Some of them can be heart-wrenching, disturbing, or give you room for heated discussions. However, it’s worth remembering that Ubisoft has already confirmed that Creed Valhalla Assassin, among others, will run on PS5 at 4K at 60 frames per second.