Assassin's Creed Valhalla is set to hit stores on November 10.
With such a short time to the game's release, hopeful players are excited to get their hands on a copy of the game.
A recent video from NGON, the PC folks at Uplay, goes over the in-depth settings the game will have on PC.
So, if you're hoping to get the game on PC, let's jump into these now!
The video starts by iterating that the dev team wanted to make the game as accessible as possible.
This means that a number of setting pertaining to making the game accessible are present.
These are scattered throughout the settings but include things like a colourblind mode and more.
Like most games on PC, the settings for Valhalla feature a few PC essentials.
As well as a Field of View slider, the game also contains an FPS limit option.
Players can select the monitor that that game is played on, as well as the resolution and refresh rate.
A preview image also enables users to see what the game will look like when adjusting the quality.
For resource heavy scenes, the devs have added adaptive quality, which will ensure as few frame drops as possible.
The game also features a host of in-game texture settings, letting you control how the game looks.
PC Gameplay Settings
Finally, the devs highlight the various way you can control gamneplay.
This includes the ability to remap the function of the keys on your keyboard.
It even includes settings to control in-game elements like how you crouch, and how you control your raven.