It would not be out of place to say that the launch of Assassin’s Creed: Unity across all various platforms were free from trouble. No sir, this particular title sure had its fair share of issues, even until now, including unbelievably slow frame rates and the ilk. Having said that, the good people over at Ubisoft has decided to reveal all that is wrong with Assassin’s Creed: Unity, in addition to patch notes on the most recent fixes.
It goes without saying that one ought to be aware that there might be more issues out there that has yet to be officially documented by the folks over at Ubisoft, although they have already listed down the ones that they already know about. In addition, there is also a bunch of fixes for some of the issues affecting this highly anticipated title. The list will cover all three platforms on which the game was released on – namely the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Apart from that, Ubisoft has also suggested for gamers to play offline regardless of the platform that you are rocking to when enjoying single-player mode so that framerate can improve, in addition to “disconnecting from your internet connection” – at least until there is a fix that rolls out. Hopefully all the furious work that is going on to fix all the bugs will finish up sooner rather than later.