Almost a month after its release, Assassin's Creed Unity is still getting its rough edges smoothed out. Ubisoft is working on Patch 4, which it expects to "rectify most of the remaining issues . . . players have been reporting"—finally.
The company doesn't go into much detail, but it says Patch 4 will bring frame-rate improvements and "additional fixes." Among other things, the fixes will apparently address crashes that occur when the player loads saved games. (I'm sure those crashes are particularly fun to run into.) Ubisoft is also tackling "legacy recognition issues" and problems with the Assassin's Creed Unity companion app, which has already been updated ahead of the Patch 4 rollout.
I'm not seeing an ETA anywhere for the release of Patch 4. However, Ubisoft says a "more detailed preview" will be forthcoming this week.
Man. Good thing the company is appeasing users with some free games and DLC.
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