Assassin’s Creed Origins features a FOV slider on the PC, full graphics settings unveiled

Assassin’s Creed Origins releases in a few days and its full graphics settings have been unveiled. What’s really cool here is that Ubisoft has added a Performance Test. Not only that, but PC gamers will also be able to adjust the FOV.

Going into more details, PC gamers can adjust the quality of Anti-Aliasing, Shadows, Environment Details, Textures and Tessellation. There are also options for Terrain, Clutter, Fog, Water, Screen Space Reflections Volumetric Lights, Character and Ambient Occlusion.

Assassin’s Creed Origins releases on October 27th and from the looks of it, the PC version will at least feature a respectable amount of settings.

The screenshots are coming from YouTube’s member Centerstrain01. Centerstrain01 has also shared a video, showing 23 minutes of gameplay footage from the PC version. Therefore, we strongly suggest watching the video as it will give you an idea of how the PC version performs.

Enjoy and stay tuned for our PC Performance Analysis article!

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