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Ubisoft planning on multiple patches to fix Assassin’s Creed: Unity issues

Ubisoft took to their official blog to detail an upcoming patch for Assassin’s Creed: Unity, fixing several launch issues reported by gamers across all three platforms.

The update will address Arno falling through the ground, stability issues when joining co-op games, Arno getting stuck inside hay carts and loading issues.

Ubisoft also is planning a second update that addresses frame rate issues, graphical and collision issues and more.

We’ve reviewed Assassin’s Creed: Unity here.



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