Ubisoft offers patch with more than 300 improvements for Assassin’s Creed: Unity. Will it be the end of the problems?
Launched earlier this month to Playstation 4, Xbox one and PCs, Assassin’s Creed: Unity has suffered from criticism from the press and players. The game features bizarre bugs, very graphic flaws, spontaneous appearance of NPCs (non-controllable characters) on the screen, and the worst: it can barely run at 30 frames per second on consoles.
Accused of launching an unfinished product (I share that opinion), the Ubisoft teams responsible for developing the game are working hard to correct these problems. And of course, saving the franchise’s reputation – which is more tainted than ever.
Two patches have been made available with various corrections, but they were not enough to calm the fury of the players who bought the game at launch. The third major patch of patches arrives today on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and includes – amazingly – more than 300 fixes. Among them, improvements in navigation / parkour, animations, camera and coverage, online and multiplayer connectivity, menus and display of messages on the HUD, bug fixes for missions and improvements in the consistency of frames per second. The PC update comes out later in the week, with additional specific improvements.
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