Assassin’s Creed Valhalla one of the new game set to release for next-generation consoles, may not be able to run in native 4k resolution. Ubisoft the game developers are launching two new games for PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X. Originally, the game was announced to run on native 4k and 60fps settings, but, reportedly the game will run in upscale 4k, not native 4k.
As it has been claimed by Beyond 3D that the Watch Dogs Legion will be able to hit 4k in some scenes. But, native 4k resolution will not be constant and the resolution will be dynamic on the Xbox Series X console. Similarly, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla would not run in native 4k/60fps on PS5.
The next-generation consoles Xbox Series X and PS5 are coming on November 10 and 12th respectively. At the same time, many companies are launching new video games. The settings of these consoles are set to run the games on up to 4k resolution. Given this, Watch Dogs Legions and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla would be able to run on upscaled 4k resolution rather than in native 4k.
Before all this, Ubisoft announced on Twitter that they are releasing a short manga to promote the game. The six pages of the manga show a quick encounter between Eivor and Thorfinn. The fans can take that this story will not be going to be part of the existing canon of the franchise. The manga only shows one version of Eivor the main character of Assassin Creed. But, we can assume the other female character of Eivor.
The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will launch on November 10 for PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X players. November 12th will be the launch day for the PS5 console.