Ubisoft Is Aiming At 60FPS For PC In “The Crew”, Beta Does Not Represent Final Product

Yesterday, we informed you about the 30FPS lock that is currently present on The Crew’s PC beta build. While Ubi-Valentin (Ubisoft’s community manager) said that the team aims for 1080p and 30fps on all platforms (PC, Xbox One and PS4), Natchai_Ubisoft (another community manager at Ubisoft) claimed that the team is actually targeting 60FPS on the PC.

As Natchai said, Ubisoft is currently testing – internally – the PC version at 60fps instead of 30fps. The French company is working on getting 60FPS for PC but did not make any public claims before it didn’t want to ‘make a promise we couldn’t deliver on.’

“The reason you could alter the FPS in the config file is because our team is actually working on getting 60FPS for PC. The reason why it hasn’t been communicated before this is because we didn’t want to make a promise we couldn’t deliver on.”

Natchai concluded that Ubisoft is aiming at a 60fps on PC for the launch of the game and that the actual Beta does not represent the final game.

In other words, the final product – according to Natchai – will be running by default at 60fps instead of 30fps.

The Crew will hit the PC on November 11th!

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