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Ubisoft offers full list of known Assassin’s Creed Unity bugs

Ubisoft has acknowledged the problems with Assassin’s Creed Unity by posting a full list of all the known bugs.
Some of the originally acknowledged bugs have now been addressed, but there are still many more currently being worked on by Ubisoft.
The PC edition of the game is the one currently experiencing the most issues, including graphical performance bugs like missing faces or disappearing worlds.
The Xbox One and PS4 versions are both struggling to maintain a steady 30fps framerate.
Ubisoft is offering a few workarounds for some of the issues. For example, it suggests disconnecting the internet connection could improve framerate issues. However, your internet connection shouldn’t really have any bearing on framerate.
Other issues include issues with co-op matchmaking, Uplay service bugs and sticking issues when launching the game on PC.
Some players have also criticised Ubisoft for setting review embargo times 12 hours after the game was released in the US last Tuesday.
This meant that some customers bought the title without knowing of these issues.
“Having the online elements available and having populated worlds is essential to creating a representative and complete experience for reviewers,” said a Ubisoft spokesperson for the BBC. “Achieving this prior to launch is incredibly complex, which is why some game sare being reviewed much closer – or as was the case with Destiny, even after – the game launches.”
Assassin’s Creed Unity is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC and went on sale on November 14 in the UK.
Ubisoft confirmed Patch 3 will be released soon, although a concrete date is not yet final.
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