If gamers wanted the Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection, they would’ve bought the games for the console they originally released on. This cash-grab should be a proper remaster. Or better yet, they should’ve made the original games backward compatible. Oh but no, Playstation doesn’t have that function. And so now we have this abomination called the Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection.
Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection is nothing but a quick buck
Things that deserve praise, get praise. Simple. If something half-assed like this comes out, it deserves backlash for being a bad terrible port. A lot of people think we should be grateful for getting good games for the PS4 Pro. Calling gamers ungrateful doesn’t solve the issue. We’re pretty sure we’re all consumers and if something isn’t good, we speak up. Demanding better for something isn’t bad. In fact, that benefits us and actually improves the situations. The company probably gets more sales for listening to the consumer and we get more content and they listen.
Developers aren’t even trying. The PS4 pro is actually pretty powerful. But devs need to put more effort forward and not release garbage like Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection. Most of them just upscale the resolution a little bit. When they should go as far as new asset placement, and rendering options like drawn distance high graphics low frame rate. Or high frame rate with lower graphics. We hope it WILL get better from here, in the next year or so.
Other than downsampling, there isn’t really much else they could do without implementing new graphical settings. We’re guessing this was a quick release to fill the lack of AC this year. For all we know, when you get to more stressful areas in the game the fps may drop below 30 on the PS4 but not on the pro.