Watch Dogs Legion runs at 4K and 30fps with ray-tracing on Xbox Series X and PS5

Watch Canines Legion runs at 4K and 30fps with ray-tracing on Xbox Sequence X and PS5

By Dom Peppiatt,
Sunday, 18 October 2020 15:38 GMT

Ubisoft has revealed extra details about the Xbox Sequence X/S and PlayStation 5 variations of Watch Canines Legion in a Reddit AMA.

Ubisoft dwell producer Lathieeshe Thillainathan took to the social media web site to reply gamers’ questions in regards to the upcoming title, and revealed how the title will run on next-gen {hardware}.

Thillainathan confirmed that the sport will run at 4K, 30fps on Xbox Sequence X and PS5, and also will have choices gamers can allow to help ray-tracing. So it’s not simply PC gamers that can profit from the flamboyant graphics in Ubisoft’s interpretation of London.

The Ubisoft staffer didn’t verify whether or not or not the title will permit gamers to decide on completely different choices – it’s nonetheless unknown whether or not we’ll be capable to disable ray-tracing to allow the sport to run at 60fps, for instance.

In the event you’re enjoying on Xbox, the title additionally helps cross-progression by way of Good Supply, that means you can begin the sport on Xbox One and decide up the place you left off in case you improve to Xbox Sequence X.

You’ll be able to improve the sport at no cost from PS4 to PS5, too.

Within the sport, you’ll work to liberate London by constructing a resistance and you may play as virtually any member of the general public in doing so.

Watch Canines: Legion will launch on October 29 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and for Home windows PC on Epic Video games and Uplay. It’s going to even be obtainable at launch for the next-gen set of consoles, coming to Xbox Sequence X/S  on November 10 and on PS5 on November 12.

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