Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: an update that completes the Xbox Series X versions | S and PS5

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Ubisoft is rolling out a new update to its Assassin’s Creed Valhallawhich will delight (especially) owners of a next-gen console.

Along with a long list of fixes and optimizations, the game also offers new graphics options.

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Available since November 10 (and for a few days on PS5), Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is an undeniable success, constituting a synthesis of the open-world made in Ubisoft for a few years.

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Today, the studio is rolling out the game’s 1.0.4 update, which will notably offer new graphic options on next-gen consoles.

A rather substantial patch, since the latter displays 5.3 GB on the new Xbox Series X | S and 2.5 GB on PS5. The other game media also benefit from this new update.

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in 60 fps… or in 30 fps!

Indeed, the game signed Ubisoft now offers an option to switch between Graphics and Performance modes. In other words, we can choose to play in 60 fps on PS5 and Xbox Series X (as was the case until now), or to limit the frame rate at 30 fps, in order to benefit in return from a better graphic rendering.

Note that the update is also compatible with the Xbox Series S, which can now in turn claim a frame rate of 60fps.

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In addition, there are also very (very) many fixes and other optimizations of all kinds. Ubisoft promises an overall improved experience on new Xboxes, especially when it comes to concerns about tearing.

An excellent thing, then, with a Assassin’s Creed Valhalla always more successful, and very good news for all those who are not necessarily fond of 60 fps on this type of game (and too bad if you have already finished the game for a few days).

Source : Ubisoft

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