Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will officially come out this November 10 , but some first benchmarks of the video game are starting to come out, which will put all PC players on alert.
Nvidia RTX 3090 can’t handle Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in 4K / 60fps
The YouTube channel GameGPU shared one of the first benchmarks of the video game running in 4K and in graphics settings in Ultra. In order to achieve 60fps, the best possible combination (or one of the best), RTX 3090 + i9-10900K, was used .
If we talk about the average frames per second that this equipment achieves, it is positioned at 56 fps, which is somewhat far from the target of 60 fps. The game rarely manages to exceed 60 fps and most of the time it falls below this mark, which prevents constant fluidity from being achieved. In some places, we can even see frame rates of approximately 40 fps.
Assassin’s Creed is a ‘cross-platform’ video game and is not really considered a ‘next-gen’ video game. In this sense, it can be a bit alarming that Ubisoft’s game is reluctant to achieve 4K / 60fps with a top-of-the-range graphics card like the RTX 3090. Will Ubisoft release a patch to improve performance?
We know that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla works in 4K / 60fps on Xbox Series X, but we don’t know if it works with any image rescaling or if it works with the Ultra settings on PC. It would be strange if Xbox Series X could perform better than Nvidia’s RTX 3090.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is out Tuesday on PC and video game consoles, including Xbox Series X / S, which are out the same day. We will keep you informed.