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AC: Valhalla: Screen Tearing on Xbox, and Other Issues on PS4

* Update 11/18/20: Since we first made this report, Ubisoft deployed a ‘hot fix’ that fixes the “Seer’s Solace” quest bug in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. Because this is a server side fix, gamers do not have to download an update. As long as their console is connected to the internet, the quest bug should automatically […]

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Watch Dogs: Legion — First Impressions Marred by Constant Crashing

First things first, I’ve been itching to play Ubisoft’s new Watch Dogs: Legion (Watch Dogs 3) ever since the game was announced. The original Watch Dogs game is amazing, in my opinion, though I first played it a couple years ago for the first time, on Xbox One. However, now I’m a number of hours […]

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Ubisoft: Not Possible to Play Pre-PS4 Titles on PS5

A post on a Ubisoft support site, might have revealed the extent of the PlayStation 5 backward compatibility’s capabilities. Needless to say, we are not impressed. The controversial post stated that: “Backwards compatibility will be available for supported PlayStation 4 titles, but will not be possible for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, or PlayStation games.” Ubisoft […]

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Ubisoft Is No Longer The Top Gaming Company In Europe

Polish company CD Projekt overtook France’s Ubisoft to become the top gaming company in Europe in terms of financial value according to Video Games Chronicle. Marked at $8.13 billion, the company has obtained an increase in value thanks to the increasing popularity of The Witcher 3 which has now sold over 30 million units world wide. I still […]

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Frame Rate Will Not Reach Valhalla

  If you thought you had seen the last of 30 fps games, think again. According to Eurogamer Portugal, Assasin’s Creed Valhalla will run at – a not so impressive – 30 frames per second. Considering how powerful the Xbox Series X is….these are baffling news indeed. Ubisoft didn’t stress, or comment on the frame […]