GameGPU has shared a video, showcasing the performance of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3090 on the built-in benchmark of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. And, as we can clearly see, NVIDIA’s most powerful GPU is unable to run this cross-gen game in 4K/Ultra with 60fps.
According to the benchmark, the average framerate in 4K/Ultra on the RTX3090 is around 56fps. At first glance, this isn’t so bad. However, the in-game performance appears to be worse than the built-in benchmark. In some villages, the framerate appears to be dropping to even 40fps.
Now the reason we’re sharing these performance numbers is because we find them a bit interesting. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a cross-gen game, and not a truly next-gen experience. The fact that the RTX3090 is unable to run it with 4K/60fps/Ultra is a bit alarming for its performance on the next-gen games.
Now I know what some of you will say. “How can this game run with 4K/60fps on the Xbox Series X“? Well, from what we’ve heard so far, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will run at upscaled 4K on the next-gen consoles. We also don’t know which PC graphics settings the next-gen version is using. So no, Valhalla does not run with native 4K/60fps/Ultra settings on either Xbox Series X or PS5.
Our PC Performance Analysis for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will go live tomorrow. In that article, we’ll cover both AMD’s and NVIDIA’s hardware, so stay tuned for more!