Despite being something of a let down when it first released, Assassin's Creed Unity has enjoyed some great support from Xbox. Not only does it have Auto HDR, but it's also one of the most recent titles to receive an FPS Boost on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. As a result, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has returned to the game all these years later to take advantage of its improvements.
Sharing an image on Twitter, Spencer can be seen having some co-op fun in the world of Assassin's Creed Unity. The image has even prompted many of the series' fans to come forward in the comments, thanking the Xbox team for their support on what they consider to be an "underrated" title in the series.
The increased frame rate bumps the game up to 60FPS, which is pretty impressive. One of the main reasons for the praise is how far it's come since its initial release. Back in 2014 when it originally launched, the game was a bit of a technical mess with poor frame rates, glitches, and crashes. It was clearly way ahead of what the consoles were capable of at the time, so now it can really shine on Xbox Series X|S with an increased frame rate.
We all know Spencer loves his games. He even jokingly admitted recently that he's partial to a bit of Octopath Traveller on his phone during meetings. Still, at least he's taking a break from Destiny 2, which he is known for being addicted to.
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