After 4 years, it looks like Ubisoft Assassin’s Creed Origins is getting another big update. The patch is due to be released in a few days and will finally give the game a 60fps option on next-gen consoles.
For PS5 and Xbox Series? Assassin’s Creed Origins gets a 60fps patch
In the winter of 2021, the developers of the Assassin’s Creed series made fans very happy. On official AC Day, it was announced that the team will be looking into the possibility of a 60fps patch for Assassin’s Creed Origins – although Bayek’s digital adventure is now gone. More than 4 years under his belt.
While it hasn’t been specifically announced that this change will only come for next-generation consoles, it seems absurd to offer a similar option for last-generation consoles. Old hardware should not have the necessary hardware performance.
Now it looks like the next generation patch is in the starting blocks. On Twitter, the PlayStation Game Size account at least reports that it matches PlayStation database entry for AC Origins 1.60 . update appeared.
The post also provides insight into patch notes. This is what an update should be Allow higher frame rates when players play on PS5 As well as adding a “privilege list” to the main menu. While it doesn’t explain what it is, we assume that the new menu item will be used to direct players to other parts of the Assassin’s Creed series and link directly to the PlayStation Store where they can purchase sequels.
According to PlayStation Game Size, a new patch should be released next week – Between 24 and 26 May.
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What about the Xbox version?
A matching entry for the Xbox version of Assassin’s Creed Origins has yet to appear. However, we assume that the update simultaneously for both systems It will appear and also bring with it the corresponding innovations for Xbox Series players.
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