Assassin’s Creed Unity Performance Issues – Reddit discussion of how the original live-action trailer was not performing well and how Ubisoft is looking at it
“We’ve been testing this all day, and after patching things up, we’re back to 60fps now with all settings maxed out! Since there are over 500 people who have reported this to us, we will send a letter regarding the issue tomorrow.”
DX12 is a new API that allows games, like ACV, to target more video card models.
DX12 is a new API that allows games, like ACV, to target more video card models. The most important thing about DX 12 is that it lets you use your GPU for more than one thing. If you have an older game with some of the same features as ACV but with older hardware (like my GTX 760), then you can use DX12 and get better performance.
The great thing about this feature is that it’s not just a marketing gimmick or something thrown in just because they could – there are real benefits!
The official fix for the non-dual x issue is “the game must be on high settings with at least 60 frames per second”.
The official fix for the non-dual x issue is “the game must be on high settings with at least 60 frames per second”. If you are playing on low or medium settings and your framerate is below 60 FPS, try running the game in windowed mode instead of fullscreen.
This can be done by going to your Steam library, clicking on Assassins Creed: Origins in your game list, and choosing Properties from the context menu. From there, click on Set Launch Options and type “-window” into the text field next to “Fullscreen.” Then click OK to apply these changes.
It may not be possible to fix this in the patch coming out shortly, so you’ll need a video card that supports DX12.
To fix this issue, you will need a video card that supports DX12. This may not be possible in the patch coming out shortly, so you’ll need to find an upgrade or purchase one off of eBay.
The official way to fix this issue is by lowering your gaming settings to “high” and playing at 60FPS with all other graphics settings left on high.
This should help you get better performance in ACV.
DX12 is a new API that allows games, like ACV, to target more video card models. The official fix for the non-dual x issue is “the game must be on high settings with at least 60 frames per second”.
Games like assassins creed v are desperate for you to buy the new Microsoft Radeon card.
see my post: https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/7bxm9k/the_first_non_dual_x_amd_radeon_igp_video/?st=j6rtcdf6&sh=8a208a2e
this is a complete disaster, and it’s not under the control of Ubisoft, which had had this same problem with assassins creed iv black flag when they were using cards.
They now have to fix it in the next patch, or you’re going to get a ton of people on steam reporting that their game is playing terribly on their system because of this issue.
DX12 would be a fantastic choice for the next-gen consoles. Games like assassins creed Valhalla are already hard-coded to use dx11 from day one. Even if you upgrade to higher settings later in the game at some point, even if you try to lower it, you’ll get performance issues because your video card will only support DX12 once this fecking bug is fixed by Ubisoft (which might not happen).