Assassin’s Creed: Origins enters the extensive library of Xbox Game Pass titles on June 7. We also received a next-gen update a few days ago, which is a great opportunity to recall Bayek’s great adventure in Ancient Egypt.
As we wrote in the previous news, on June 2, the “next-gen” update was released for Assassin’s Creed: Origins on the Xbox Series X | S and PS5. After installing the files, it turns out that the game works only in backward compatibility mode – in raised resolution and 60 fps,
According to the analysis by the editors of El Analista De Bits, the title looks best on the Xbox Series X. The image in Assassin’s Creed Origins almost always maintains the native resolution of 2160p (4K) on the most powerful Xbox model, which can be impressive with a perfectly stable value of 60 fps. Due to the fact that on PS5 we are limited to backward compatibility with PS4 Pro, the native resolution on PS5 is only 1620p in Assassin’s Creed Origins.
The game looks the worst on the weakest hardware in this list, i.e. the Xbox Series S. Interestingly – it was the Xbox Series S that provided the fastest loading in the tests, they overtook the XSX by almost one second and the PS5 by 7 seconds (in exactly the same scene and situation) . Certainly, it cannot be said that owners of the Xbox Series S may feel somehow disadvantaged by the way Origins looks on their hardware – the game looks great and works without stuttering, in a perfect 60fps, on every platform, including XSS.
Tomorrow (June 7), Assassin’s Creed Origins will enter the Xbox Game Pass (PC, consoles).