- Die-hard fans of this highly popular and beloved franchise have more reasons to be happy.
- While celebrating Assassin's Creed day, Ubisoft wanted to make an awesome announcement.
- Although we don't know exactly when Origins will be upgraded for Series X and PlayStation 5.
- Developers did not mention a release date, just mentioned that the project is in the works now.
The Creators of the beloved and extremely popular Assassin’s Creed series, Ubisoft, have teased that a next-generation upgrade is currently in the works.
Yes, we are talking about an upgrade that would optimize the title for PlayStation 5, and of course the new Xbox Series X.
To mark Assassin’s Creed Day, which is an annual date on which Ubisoft celebrates its popular action-adventure series, developers actually teased that it is currently working on a 60fps update for AC Origins.
Series X and PlayStation 5 players will get optimized Origins
Even though more details about the plans for this update have yet to be revealed, new information will surely become available in the near future.
To better mark the game’s anniversary, Ubisoft teased the current work being put into optimizing Origins for PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Judging by how the announcement is phrased, this revamp doesn’t sound as though it is guaranteed to be released at any point in the near future, but at least know Ubisoft is working on it.
Assassin’s Creed Origins, which was released back in 2017, was actually a major reboot for the Assassin’s Creed franchise and was followed by Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in 2018.
Odyssey has already received an update for new consoles, and Valhalla has its first DLC announced, in the form of Dawn of Ragnarok, so it was only natural for developers to find other projects.
But now that we know Origins is on its way to our next-gen consoles, we can revisit it and relive what happened, if the first time playing it was a treat.
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