Well, we already knew that the PC version of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will face a delay, the PC version will come nearly a month after the release on consoles on November 19, with the excuse of achieving better stability and optimization to shine from day one.

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will come to PC on November 19 


“We have implemented several new enhancements to our line of production and validation process, which has forced us to focus on polishing, stability and optimization of the PC version, no sooner started the project,” said Ubisoft production manager Kiev, Sam Kovalev. “This has been one of the main priorities for the production team this year.”

Ubisoft still frightened by the horrible results of the release of Assassin’s Creed Unity and the weak performance of Watch_dogs, both last year and is adjusted so that the development process to avoid problems from day one.

“The four additional weeks are for us to accommodate us and we finish all polishing and optimization, to ensure that the game and all its systems are stable at launch and run smoother for all players from day one.”

Still to see the official system requirements for this new Assassin’s Creed, but Ubisoft has confirmed that they will be targeted to support an experience in 1080p and 30 frames per second. With that in mind, we expect them to be similar to those of Unity.

In addition, Ubisoft announced that the DLC entitled “Conspiracy of Darin and Dickens” will be free for those who perform the pre-purchase of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate.

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