How to Update Assassin's Creed Origins to 60FPS

How to Update Assassin’s Creed Origins to 60FPS

There have been many Assassin’s Creed games to come out in recent years, and while some may enjoy the Viking adventures found in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, many fans are also smitten with the Egypt-focused Assassin’s Creed Origins as well. If you have not tried it before, it will be coming to Xbox Game Pass in June, and once you have begun, the next exciting thing to look forward to is the 60FPS boost that was announced by Ubisoft for the game that will arrive on June 2. If you are wondering how to update Assassin’s Creed Origins to 60FPS, read on.

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Updating Assassin’s Creed Origins to 60FPS

In order to gain access to this visual upgrade for Assassin’s Creed Origins, all players have to do is wait for the update to go live, and then have it downloaded and installed. If for some reason your PS5 or Xbox Series X|S does not update the game automatically on June 2, simply select the game from the dashboard and use the Check for Update option.

Upon installing the update, you will be able to enjoy the adventures of Bayek and the marvels of ancient Egypt in buttery smooth 60FPS. It could almost feel like a new game for veterans returning to the fold, and for newcomers, this is an excellent way of enjoying one of the prettier Assassin’s Creed settings in the series.

Do note that there may be some graphical settings that you have to fiddle with in the menu, and we’ll update this post once the update goes live and we have more info on that.

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