Posted on November 13, 2014, Stew Shearer Ubisoft Working on Assassin’s Creed Unity’s Technical Issues
Ubisoft is working on new fixes to address “some of the specific issues players are having” with Assassin’s Creed Unity.
The company confirmed its efforts this morning in a new posting to its official Assassin’s Creed blog. It opened the post by remind players that “a Day 1 update has already been released” fixing “a number” of the problems players have been reporting with Unity since it launched two days ago. It followed this up by affirming players that its staff is currently working on fixing several other problems including:
- Arno falling through the ground.
- Game crashing when joining co-op session.
- Arno getting caught inside of hay carts.
- Delay in reaching the main menu screen at game start.
The publisher is also “looking into many of the other issues” reported by players including:
- Frame rate issues.
- Graphical and collision issues.
- Matchmaking co-op issues.
- Helix Credits issues.
Unfortunately, Ubisoft wasn’t able to provide a specific timetable for the repair of these problems but said it will be “providing additional details in the coming days” and, in turn, urged its customers to continue checking back and sending in feedback. The big question, of course, is whether or not the fixes the company comes up with will be enough to help repair the game’s tarnished reputation.