The upcoming Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is also known for the Xbox Series X. There is now information about the frame rate of the game – and that is sobering …
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Native 4K graphics, no loading times, ray tracing and up to 120 frames per second: All this and more should also become reality on consoles with the Xbox Series X. However, this does not apply to all games. Assassin's Creed: Valhalla provides the first damper for expectations – in terms of frame rate.
When asked by Eurogamer's Portuguese colleagues, Ubisoft issued a statement on the frame rate. It says, "Currently we can guarantee that Assassin's Creed: Valhalla will run at least 30 fps on Xbox Series X." While this basically leaves room for higher frame rates, it is in contrast to the statement by Aaron Greenberg, Xbox's marketing manager.
He had announced on May 7 that 60 fps would be the standard on the Xbox Series X. This statement was criticized by Tom Warren, senior editor at The Verge, in a tweet to Greenberg today. He had learned from Microsoft that every developer can decide on the frame rate. Then Greenberg rowed back:
Developers always have flexibility in how they use the power, so a standard or common 60fps is not a mandate.
– Aaron Greenberg 🙅🏼♂️❎ (@aarongreenberg) May 12, 2020
It is up to the developers how they want to use the power of the Xbox Seriex X. Therefore, 60 fps is not an order from Microsoft. According to the current status, this means that every developer decides which frame rate his game delivers – anything between 30 and 120 fps is possible.