Pretty much every new game, along with upgrades to already released games, is getting support for Xbox One X. If you paid attention at E3, you saw that Ubisoft was one of the biggest proponents for the upcoming system. Far Cry 5 and Assassin’s Creed Origins are being developed with the system in mind now. Others like Ghost Recon: Wildlands the and For Honor are getting upgrade patches this November as well. AC Origins in fact also has a marketing deal with Microsoft for the platform.
Gamespot spoke to CEO Yves Guillemot about the company’s support for the Xbox One X
We did a deal with Microsoft on Assassin’s Creed Origins, which is taking really good advantage of the power of the machine. We like very much what they are doing because instead of having a Kinect or something this time the industry went after more power for the machine, so more immersion, better AI, and overall better games. We like that because it means the industry will grow because the better the experiences, the more people want to have it. We think it has a good potential. If Microsoft is really behind it, it can do well.”
Ubisoft is no stranger to supporting advancement or innovation. After all, just look at their support for the Nintendo Switch. The publisher has a wide variety of games in many different genres, and the Xbox One X has plenty to look forward to with Ubisoft’s support.
Pre-orders for the system, which releases November 7th, will be available shortly at retailers. The Xbox One X will cost $499, and we can probably look forward to a hunch of holiday bundles as well.