Ubisoft Working On Assassin’s Creed Unity Fix
Over the past few days, it became clear that Assassin’s Creed Unity just wasn’t up to scratch; there was a tremendous amount of graphical issues, an extensive amount of glitches and several connection problems. However, Ubisoft – the game’s developer – have released a statement saying that they are currently working on fixing these issues.
However, before they announced which glitches the update they’re working on will fix, Ubisoft wished to remind players that there was a Day One update which fixed a number of the problems that presented themselves, and that players should “make sure your console or PC is connected to the internet in order to benefit from the update’s fixes.” The developers then went on to say that they were working on fixing the following:
- 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.
Currently, these appear to be the only problems that Ubisoft are currently working on, although other updates released somewhere down the road would most probably address any other issues that have yet to be addressed. Ubisoft have also noted that there will be at least one or two more updates, but have not given a timeframe as to when these updates will be released. As for other problems currently plaguing Assassin’s Creed Unity, the developers have said that they are currently looking into the following:
- Frame rate issues.
- Graphical and collision issues.
- Matchmaking co-op issues.
- Helix Credits issues.
Ubisoft have said that they will be releasing more details about the updates over the coming days, and, so far, have urged players to send any feedback to them, or let them know of any other glitches or problems with Assassin’s Creed Unity that they are currently unaware of.