Ubisoft has announced upcoming updates to its recently released Assassin’s Creed Unity in a new blog post.
Ubisoft is currently working on a number of fixes for the next update to Assassin’s Creed Unity that will address a number of issues players are having, which includes:
- 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.
The publisher is also looking into many of the other issues fans have addressed with the title, which includes some more widely-reported problems like frame rate issues, matchmaking co-op issues, Helix Credits issues, and graphical and collision issues.
Ubisoft also notes a Day 1 update has already been released which is said to fix a number of issues already. The nearly 1GB update features fixes for both single-player and co-op mode and addresses a number of HUD, animation, and camera issues. The patch also addresses matchmaking and connectivity issues, issues with AI detection and reaction, and some of the game’s missions have also been tweaked.
In our review, Ozzie makes note of a number of bugs and glitches while he was playing Assassin's Creed Unity. It's unfortunate Ubisoft released a game with so many technical flaws just to make sure it's out in time for the holidays. Hopefully this situation will humble Ubisoft a bit and take their releases a little more serious from now on as no game should launch with this many bugs.