To say Assassin's Creed Unity launched with issues would be a bit of an understatement. And while Ubisoft has been rolling out patches, there are still more problems that need to be addressed. Today, the publisher has outlined a chunk of the 300+ (!) fixes that are set to be addressed with the upcoming Patch 3 set to deploy this week.
Issues set to be fixed include random crashes in Campaign and Co-op, framerate drops, stuck spots, camera bugs, cover issues, animations quirks (like this one, hopefully), connectivity troubles, a slew of PC-specific issues, etc. etc. etc.
I could go over each individual fix, but once again, there are over 300 bugs being addressed with this patch. The entire list can be found on the the Ubisoft forums, so brew a pot of coffee for this one. The patch will roll out on PlayStation 4 on Wednesday, with the Xbox One and PC patches set to release before the end of the week.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Assassin's Creed Unity 'Patch 3' addressing over 300 bugs this week
Good to hear they've started development on Assassin's Creed Unity.
Hopefully we can now move into the ACU beta