Ubisoft Confirms: Assassin's Creed Mirage Fully Supports DLSS, FSR and XeSS!

Aiden Bailey


Ubisoft Confirms: Assassin's Creed Mirage Fully Supports DLSS, FSR and XeSS!

The gaming community breathed a sigh of relief when Ubisoft announced full support for DLSS, FSR, and XeSS in the much-anticipated Assassin's Creed Mirage. This means that no matter which graphics card you have, be it Nvidia, AMD, or Intel, you can expect a superior gameplay experience replete with upscaling tech in this stealth-based game set in 9th-century Baghdad.

The system requirements revealed previously were already quite reasonable, requiring any six-core CPU and a graphics card of GTX 1660 Ti / RX 5600 XT tier for the game to run smoothly at 60 FPS and 1080p with high settings. This refreshingly inclusive approach to upscaling support means that players with older machines or gamers who have otherwise struggled to achieve fluid FPS at the desired setting and resolution can also enjoy the game with ease.

There was initially some speculation in the gaming sphere regarding the absence of Nvidia's DLSS and AMD's FSR, with only XeSS upscaling support mentioned in the system requirements. However, this was laid to rest by Ubisoft's update confirming the presence of all three. This move ensures that no segment of gamers feels left out, thus reflecting a commendable approach to inclusivity in the gaming experience.

On top of supporting ultrawide setups and HDR, Assassin's Creed Mirage also boasts an uncapped frame rate. A unique add-on of a haptic feedback vest provides a futuristic gaming experience. The vest allows players to feel the impact of the game physically, simulating the sensation of an axe impact, for instance, and making for an immersive gameplay experience.

To conclude, Ubisoft's commitment to providing broad upscaling support with DLSS, FSR, and XeSS for Assassin's Creed Mirage is a landmark move in the gaming industry. This inclusivity, combined with the game's promising features and exciting setting, all neatly price tagged at $50, augments the hype and expectations among gamers for its launch on October 5.