Assassin's Creed Shadows Explained - Samurai, Shinobi, and Feudal Japan

Assassin’s Creed Shadows takes the franchise to 16th century Japan as players will step into the roles of a Japanese shinobi, Naoe, and – in a series first – a real-life historical samurai, Yasuke.

jznrpg37d ago

I love the setting. But I really dislike Ubisoft and their practices. If I play this game it wlll be when it’s nearing the bargain bin or in it.


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MeatyUrologist6d ago

Ubisoft used to be at the top of the open world visuals game, but this seems a bit lacking. I recently replayed Odyssey on ps5 with the 60fps patch and it has held up very well. Honestly looks about the same as this but plays at a smooth 60 fps. Sounds like this can't even hold a steady 30 with average visuals.