Ubisoft made a comment that worries some about the real power of the Xbox Series X, at least as far as the next Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is concerned. Ubisoft has “issued a statement” to IGN, declaring that the title will operate at a minimum of 30 frames per second; the standard for Assassin’s Creed titles, and many Ubisoft titles on it, seems to continue in the next generation of consoles when it comes to Microsoft.
This statement is somewhat ambiguous, although its ambiguity does not necessarily hide much. On a new generation console which is the main selling point, 4K executes at least 60 frames per second, the idea that one of the first new generation systems will not be able to take advantage of it greatly worries the power of the series Xbox X really will be.Ubisoft’s Comment On Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Has Some Concerned For The Xbox Series X.
The difference between 60 frames per second and 30 is a massive drop that can dramatically change the way a title plays; from 120 FPS to 60 is yet another drop. Many wonder why the statement specifies the next flagship product for the Xbox at 30 FPS, not to mention the PlayStation 5.