A week ago Developer and Publisher Ubisoft recently released their latest assassin creed game titled Assassin’s Creed Origins. it will be the tenth main installment in the series and a sequel to 2014’s AC Syndicate.
The game has been performing quite well on all the platform and players are enjoying the high-quality gameplay coupled with amazing visual graphics and performance. but it seems like only Xbox and PS4 will be able to experience the High-Quality Graphics as PC will not be getting any High Definition Ranging(HDR) support.
This news came to light whent one curious gamer questioned Ubisoft Support about the information of HDR support on PC to which they replied that there are no plans to release HDR support for PC.
Hi there, we have no official plans to release HDR on PC at this point in time.
— Ubisoft Support (@UbisoftSupport) November 3, 2017
This is a plain reversal of their original promises where they stated that all platform will receive HDR support. you can check out the original post from Ubisoft here which they changed recently edited to this.
4K and Dolby Atmos support for Xbox One X and support of HDR displays for all platforms.
4K and Dolby Atmos support for Xbox One X and additional support for HDR on Xbox One S/Xbox One X and PS4/PS4 Pro.
This information has certainly disappointed and angered some gamers
Constant crap like this and garbage performance is why I haven’t bought an Ubisoft game in years. Hopefully others will clue in.
— Hysro (@Hysro) November 5, 2017
Why did you say this two days ago. https://t.co/sIVl3Pqcji I bought the game on PC for this. Why screw us like this.
— Jacob Beazer (@beazermyst) November 3, 2017
Can you explain why you decided to make this change and update no one? Will PC gamers who purchased be able to get a refund for this lie?
— The Outerhaven (@TheOuterHaven) November 5, 2017
Ubisoft has not commented on why the made the sudden change in Assassin’s Creed Origins without updating gamers about the issue. maybe in future, they will give a reasonable explanation.