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Assassin’s Creed III Remastered System Requirements Revealed By Ubisoft

Today, Ubisoft has revealed the system requirements needed to run the game smoothly. The remastered version now uses a brand new engine with support for HDR and 4K resolutions. Although the game targets a better visual experience, the system requirements are not that demanding. With the lowest of settings at 1080p 30 FPS demanding an FX-6350/i5-2400 paired with an R9 270X/GTX 660 all the up to the 4K preset demanding Ryzen 1500X/i7-4790 & RXVEGA 64/GTX 1070 the game satisfies a wide variety of hardware systems and proves to be extremely cooperative.

The Assassin’s Creed franchise is unknown to none and is one of the most revolutionary franchises in all of the gaming industry. The franchise has aged well with yearly sequels being released. The recent Assassins Creed titles have come a long way with a shift from action adventure to a hardcore RPG title.

Ubisoft recently announced that Assassin’s Creed III, a classic part of the franchise would be remastered by today’s standards. Now, the news instantaneously gave hope to classic gamers wanting to enjoy the game to the fullest. Although the game itself wasn’t quite old yet the graphical technology used was dated.

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Assassin’s Creed III set in Boston,Massacheusets is one of the most unique titles in the genre. Having the storyline and animation go along like bread and butter makes it a very pleasing experience and Ubisoft has done just that but better. The remastered edition would come with all the DLCs released with the original one plus its counterpart game, Assassin’s Creed Liberation.

The remastered edition makes its way on the XB1, PS4 & PC on March 29 this year and is expected to release on the Nintendo Switch on May 21.

Ibtehaj Temuri

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