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Assassin’s Creed Origins Will Get 60FPS On Xbox and PS5 Soon


Assassin’s Creed is a game with a few miles on it, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t get any special treatment. In a short and sweet tweet, the official Assassin’s Creed Twitter account announced that Origins will get a boost to 60FPS for Xbox consoles and the PS5.

60FPS coming to Assassin’s Creed Origins is a bit of a surprise

Assassin’s Creed originally launched on the Xbox One and the PS4 back in October of 2017. That was three years before this generation of consoles launched, so this news does come as a bit of a surprise. However, Assassin’s Creed Origins did receive high scores across the board. Most publications gave it between an 8/10 and a 9/10.

There’s still a fanbase for this game almost five years after its release. Unfortunately, there won’t be any other visual enhancements added to the game. This means that there won’t be a boost to 4K resolution or anything else. That will be a bummer to some people who are resolution junkies, but 60FPS is still a neat thing to have.

Assassin’s Creed Origins will officially get the 60FPS boost on June 2nd, so it’s coming tomorrow. It will come for both the Xbox consoles and the PS5 on the same day.

If you’re interested in picking up this game for either of these consoles, then you can do so on the cheap. Even though it’s for the newer consoles, this game is still an older title. You can pick up the game for less than $40 at some retailers.

In Other Gaming News: Diablo Immortal Won’t Launch In Countries With Loot Box Laws

Diablo Immortal is one of the most anticipated apps coming to Android and iOS. What’s unfortunate is that it won’t be coming to all regions. Activision has chosen to skip countries that block the use of loot boxes in games.

This list includes countries like The Netherlands and Belgium. This leaves the question of what other countries will be excluded when this game launches.





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