updated - January 19, 2020 Sunday EST
After getting several complaints from gamers, Ubisoft has finally heeded the clamor for bug fixes on the recently released historical action adventure video game. Assassin's Creed Unity players will now get the latest update about the glitches encountered throughout the game.
Ubisoft, the game's publisher and developer as well, reminded the gamers that a Day 1 update has been already released. The available update is expected to address some issues as long as the player's PC or console is connected to the internet.
"Asssassin's Creed Unity" glitches' fixes that are currently underway includes "Arno falling through the ground, game crashing when joining a co-op session, Arno getting caught inside hay carts, and delay in reaching the main menu screen at game start." These glitches have been reported by players who were able to get their hands on the new game which was released last week.
The game publisher and developer also said they are currently looking into some widely-reported problems like frame rate issues and graphical collision issues. Ubisoft also said they are checking the validity of matchmaking co-op issues and Helix Credits glitch that has been reported by a number of players.
Bugs that have been plaguing the "Assassin's Creed Unity" have been named and labeled by Ubisoft. On its official forum, Ubisoft posted the glitches as either fixed, working on it, or workaround below. It also specified the platforms where the issues has been fixed or found.
"Assassin's Creed Unity" team again asked for understanding of the players of the game that is available in Pc, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. "We will be providing additional details in the coming days, so check back for updates."
"In the meantime, please continue to send us your feedback, and leave a comment if you have any questions for us." Stay tune for more patch news.
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