Ubisoft addressing more Assassin’s Creed Unity issues with second patch

Ubisoft addressing more Assassin’s Creed Unity issues with second patch

Fans have reported many issues with Assassin’s Creed Unity, expressing that it is riddled with issues, including one rather scary glitch where characters don’t have real faces.

One of the issues that Unity fans have been afflicted by are problems with micro-transactions and Helix Credits. Ubisoft has recently addressed this issue for PlayStation 4 users and similar issues for both Xbox One and PC should be resolved soon.

Ubisoft has detailed what it has planned for its second patch for Assassin’s Creed Unity. Patch Two, which is due to launch soon, aims to fix a host of other problems, such as:

  • Arno falling through the ground.
  • Game crashing when joining a co-op session.
  • Arno getting caught inside of hay carts.
  • Delay in reaching the main menu screen at game start.

Our team has been working non-stop to get the patch ready, and today we can tell you that we are currently wrapping up this update. We will be deploying it as soon as possible.Ubisoft

The PC version of Patch Two will include a number of additional fixes, including graphical problems and improved performance in cinematic mode on low hardware configurations, and more. Full patch notes for each format will be released after the patch goes live.

With Unity releasing in Europe today, let’s hope that Ubisoft employ that patch sooner rather than later. You can keep up to date with known issues and Ubisoft’s plans to fix them via the Live Update Blog.

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