Assassin’s Creed Unity already has several achievements before even being released to the public. One of the most amazing feature is Co-OP. Most of us love the Multiplayer gaming. So if you want to enjoy the new release with your buddies, there is an option for you to play the game with two player co-op or even four players. This is for the first time, that you can also complete the Special Missions with your friends on your way. Also system requirements of this game are eye catching in the history of gaming, GTX 680 or HD 7970 for minimum with atleast 2Gb of VRAM.

Assassin’s Creed Unity: NVIDIA Tech Optimizations Recommend 4GB of VRAM


Assassin’s Creed Unity has already given a tough call to the console party as the game will run at only 30FPS/900p on both latest Generation Consoles. The Game has been in development for over four years with the main objective to deliver the best Assassin’s Creed game yet. If you have not upgraded your hardware for a long time, so this time install some new candies to feel the amazing Graphics and Gameplay experience.

So when Ubisoft is demanding High-end hardware, then it must be justified by any side, especially in terms of  graphic. We saw how you can move hundreds of NPCs on screen in countless trailers released, but what about the Master Race? Is there is something more delightful the PC gamers?

Well, Nvidia takes this responsibility and showcase the Assassin’s Creed Unity NVIDIA tech optimizations for GeForce GTX graphics cards. You can watch the video here.

  • HBAO+:  Nvidia Exclusive. Deeper and more realistic shadows. Best ambient occlusion with greater performance.
  • TXAA: Nvidia Exclusive. Temporal anti-aliasing that reduces the “flickering” of edges in the panning camera. More performance with cinematic quality.
  • PCSS: Nvidia Exclusive. Real-time soft shadows that fit the camera zoom percentage. Softer, more natural edges.
  • Tessellation – System multiplied polygons to objects and surfaces. It allows richer topologies with minimal impact on performance.

Furthermore, the developer of Ubisoft community, Gabriel Graziani has confirmed that Assassin’s Creed Unity in PC is not locked at 30FPS (it would be crazy if they go with this option) and can enable and disable V-Sync as always been able to do in all the Ubisoft games.

Although the official requirements Ubisoft recommends an Nvidia GTX 780, Graziani said in order to enjoy the Assassin’s Creed Unity features presented in the video of NVIDIA tech optimizations for GeForce GTX graphics cards, you will need a video card with 4GB of VRAM to play in 1080 resolution.

Assassin’s Creed Unity will be available from November for the PC, XBox One and Playstation 4.