Assassin's Creed Unity's third patch expected to 'dramatically improve' game

Ubisoft has offered a preview of the upcoming third patch for Assassin’s Creed Unity, which they claim will "dramatically improve" player's experience.


Ubisoft has offered a preview of the upcoming third patch for Assassin’s Creed Unity, which the publisher says will be “larger in scope” as it’ll address a number of bugs they’re received the most feedback about from players.

The list of specific fixes hasn’t been finalized, although Ubisoft says they’ll focus on gameplay, such as certain bugs that result in Arno getting stuck in certain areas of the map, AI & crowd, such as issues with NPC animations, crowd stations, and NPCs detecting Arno’s activities in a number of situations, matchmaking & connectivity, and menus and HUD. The third patch will also include general stability fixes that will address a number of crash situations.

Ubisoft notes the third patch may not solve every problem with Unity, but they say the upcoming patch “will dramatically improve your experience.” Once they lock down the finalized list of improvements, they’ll release the official patch notes. For now, keep your fingers crossed Ubisoft will address any issues you may be currently experiencing in Unity.

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