Ubisoft reveals PC specs for 'Assassin's Creed Origins'

This was done so that the studio can better focus on Assassins Creed games, and it does look like they have delivered on the promise and the hard work is finally paying off!

Assassins Creed Origins is a third-person adventure open world sandbox game with some elements of a role-playing game (RPG) recently added into it. There are a great number of sights and sound for the players to explore, including the opportunity to raid ancient tombs, scale massive Pyramids, and much more! According to coordinating producer Jose Araiza (via Gamespot), Ubisoft Montreal has been working on this version parallel with all the others, with help from Ubisoft Kiev. The AMD graphics card is around the same range, with an average rating of 4264.

The release date of Assassin's Creed Origins is drawing closer and closer, and nowadays it appears to be out of fashion to release a launch trailer on launch day, so Ubisoft jumped the gun and published it today. Hell, you'll even see a sequence in which the game's hero and trailblazer of the Assassin Order gets chased by a crocodile. "Suggested that we should pay atention to the load screen when we desynchronise in the game", the Reddit post explains.

This article will go through both the minimum and recommended settings, so let us get right to it. The game will aim to highlight the root of turmoil between the two sides and properly set the timeline for the series.

When it comes to recommended settings, Ubisoft suggests aiming for at least an Intel Core i7-3770 with a processing speed of 3.5 GHz. So, if your machine could run that game, it'll run Assassin's Creed Origins. Interestingly, according to Araiza, the minimum requirements are the same as they were in Syndicate.

  • Leon Brazil