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Here's a list of Ubisoft games getting next-gen enhancements

Next-gen consoles are almost here, and Ubisoft has provided a list of games that are getting next-gen enhancements.

Ubisoft has plenty of games coming to Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, and Watch Dogs: Legion.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla releases on November 10 for PC, current-gen, and Xbox Series X. On the new Xbox console, you can expect 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, faster loading speeds, and a smoother experience. With Smart Delivery, you can purchase an Xbox One X version of the game and you’ll be able to upgrade at no extra cost when you get your new Xbox Series X/S.

PS5 users can expect 4K and 60 frames per second visuals, and faster loading speeds. Like the Xbox version, if you purchase a copy for PS4, you will be able to upgrade at no additional cost to the PS5 edition.

It is also coming to Stadia and Amazon Luna.

Watch Dogs: Legion, which releases on October 29 for PC and current-gen will arrive on Xbox Series X on November 12 with hardware-accelerated raytracing, real-time ray traced reflections, and reduced loading times. It also makes use of Xbox’s Smart Delivery technology at no extra cost for an upgrade.

On PS5, you can expect ray tracing, reduced loading times, and adaptive triggers. You will be able to upgrade your PlayStation 4 copy of the game to PS5 at no additional cost.

Both versions of the game run in 4K and at 30 fps on Xbox Series X and PS5.

The game is also coming to Stadia and Amazon Luna.

Coming to all platforms on December 3 is Immortals Fenyx Rising. On Xbox series X,  you can expect 4K and 60 fps, Dolby Atmos and spatial audio technology, and fast load times. Through Smart Delivery, get access to the next-gen version when you buy the Xbox One version at no additional cost.

DualSense haptic feedback, faster loading times, and 4K graphics with 60 fps gameplay are what you can expect with the PS5 version. Like the aforementioned games, you will be able to upgrade your PS4 version to PS5 at no extra cost.

Far Cry 6 releases on February 18 for current-gen, next-gen, Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PC.

You can expect 60 fps and 4K resolutions on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. If you own a PS4 or Xbox One copy of the game, you can upgrade to the next-gen editions for free.

Ubisoft's massive multiplayer game Riders Republic arrives on February 25. The Xbox Series X/S and PS5 both allow you to upgrade from current-gen to the new consoles for no additional cost.

On Xbox Series X and PS5, you can expect 4K resolution at 60 fps, and with HDR-compatible screens, you’ll also get to experience a wider range of colors and crisper visuals.  You can also expect faster loading times.

The game is also coming to PC.

For those who like to move to the music, there's Just Dance 2021 coming November 24 to next-gen. Players who purchase the game on  Xbox One will be able to download their game to the Xbox Series X/SS version at no additional cost. Those with the PS4 version will find it is backward compatible on PS5.

The game is out on November 12 for Switch, Xbox One, PS4, and Stadia.

Finally, Rainbow Six Siege is coming to the Xbox Series X/S and PS5. You will be able to upgrade either version respectively at no extra cost.

That's quite the list for fans of Ubisoft games.

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Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

Far Cry 6

PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

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Immortals Fenyx Rising

PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch

Watch Dogs Legion

PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

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