Throughout what Ubisoft calls Murderer’s Creed Day on Twitter, the official account announced the potential intent of including the flexibility to play Murderer’s Creed Origins in 60 FPS, a function that followers have been requesting for some time now.
It’s unlikely that this might apply to last-gen consoles given how they work, which means gamers would want a PS5 or an Xbox Collection X/S to actually profit from it. Nonetheless, given how the next two entries within the sequence each can run at 60 FPS and Origins represents the brand new starting level for the sequence, it’s solely acceptable that Origins achieves technical parity. That approach, gamers who need to get into the sequence don’t have to arrange for a technical downgrade.
We’re additionally wanting into including 60FPS help for Murderer’s Creed Origins, so keep tuned! 👀
— Murderer’s Creed (@assassinscreed) December 21, 2021
The Murderer’s Creed franchise retains rolling on. Murderer’s Creed Valhalla retains getting DLC, with the most recent being the fairly meaty Daybreak of Ragnarok. In the meantime, Murderer’s Creed Infinity, the bold live-service platform for the franchise, continues to be in its early growth levels and received’t be free to play when it releases.
Ubisoft can be at the moment dealing with its personal issues, beginning with a high-profile office sexism and harassment scandal that has but to be resolved. And the writer/developer is hemorrhaging expertise sooner than most of its friends, stalling some tasks. It appears Ubisoft must get its personal home so as, and shortly. In any other case, it may have a cloud hovering over no matter it does.
Murderer’s Creed Origins is now out there for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia, and is playable on PS5 and Xbox Collection X/S.