Assassin’s Creed: Unity is taking “full advantage” of Xbox One and PS4 hardware

Wednesday, 9th July 2014 17:19 GMT By Sherif Saed

Assassin’s Creed: Unity is only coming to current-gen and PC, that is probably the reason why the developer didn’t need to compromise its vision to fit it into last-gen’s hardware, and its limitations. Ubisoft CEO seems to agree.

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot spoke to Ubisoft Blog saying, “It’s a game that takes full advantage of the new gen, It’s really a good demonstration of what those machines can do. And people are amazed.

“They didn’t expect those machines to deliver that level of graphics and animation quality, the depth of the number of people that can move in the environment, and so on. It’s helping the brand to have a new beginning with totally different possibilities.”

This morning we were told that Unity marks a new beginning in the series’ arc.

Thanks, Gamespot.



  1. Sethos

    Ah good, so the PS4 version will look the best.

    #1 6 months ago
  2. jomac3db

    Finally a real next gen game. I’m so looking forward to this game on ps4.

    #2 6 months ago
  3. Logion

    That’s good news. I’m pretty sure that Watch_Dogs graphics was affected a lot because the game was being developed for xbox 360 and PS3 as well.

    #3 6 months ago
  4. Panthro


    Until it comes out looking like crap.

    #4 6 months ago
  5. Mike W


    Let us guess, it will like crap on the consoles, but superior on PCs….right?

    #5 6 months ago
  6. Vigil

    Waiting for the game to come out before saying how “good” it looks, Watch Dogs being bollshotted and downgraded for the consoles is something many people do not forget.

    #6 6 months ago
  7. Dog4life

    It can look as good you want… but if all sidemissions are lame copy paste like previous AC…


    #7 6 months ago
  8. Llewelyn_MT

    @Mike W
    Ubisoft hates PC gamers. The feeling is mostly mutual. It might look better on PC. Or not. It doesn’t matter, really. It’s just yet another AC game. Same old, same old.

    #8 6 months ago

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