There’s no real huge surprise here, but it looks like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will run at 60 frames-per-second in 4K on the PlayStation 5, as was also confirmed for Xbox Series X previously. Word comes courtesy of a Eurogamer.de article, where it’s also mentioned that the release will leverage the Sony console’s SSD for improved loading times and Tempest Engine for 3D sound.

The Ubisoft published Viking-‘em-up has a marketing partnership with Microsoft, so details about the next-gen PlayStation version have been thin on the ground. Presumably the title will also take advantage of the unique features of the DualSense controller, but we’ll probably have to wait until closer to launch for more on that.

A true PlayStation veteran, Sammy’s covered the world of PS gaming for years, with an enormous Trophy count to prove it. He also likes tennis games way more than you.

I don’t know who that guy is in the pic, but he looks like he would have made a better God of War final boss than Baldur. Just sayin

I guess I am renting AC: Valhalla for PS4, putting the disk in and see if it will upgrade me to AC: Valhalla for PS5

In fairness to ubisoft, its also one of the few ps5 games that is currently on sale for the same price as the PS4 edition

And just like I said it would. What a surprise. If there is a difference this time around it won’t be HUGE.

I have to interest in the game but appreciate that they got it on par with the series X. I was already picturing the ***** show that was coming if it only ran at 30fps.

Ubisoft got off their a$$ and optimized the game. I think they started to look bad after everyother developer announced that their games will run 60fps at 4K.

Even though the story pretty much leans towards the fact that he’s the final boss, your comment could be kind of a spoiler

After spider-man mm and demons souls 60 fps mode, I don’t think many ps5 gamers will tolerate 30 fps old-gen assassins creed games.

Meh i don’t think so. According to the internet the PS5 is too weak to run games at 4K/60 fps XD.

As someone who builds PCs myself, i’ll just tell you myself that the hardware thats in both the PS5 and the XSX are literally around the mid range of a high end PC. the XSS is at the lower end of a High end PC.

They are literally stronger than about 50% of the PC base on steam in many regards. Only 8% of steam users even have 8 core processors. Lets not even get started on the GPUs. Less than 3% of the PC base is using an nvidia 2XXX series card. The most common card is a GTX 1060 which is made for 1080p superior gaming and can run 2K fine at best. Its outside the realm of 4K.

The hardware in the consoles at $500 is a literal steal at the power they have. If they can’t do 4k/60 native, it’d be very close at them not reaching that target, it’d be unnoticable.

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