Ubisoft has announced that it's currently working to adressed a number of issues on the console and PC versions of Assassin's Creed: Unity.
While it is clear that Assassin's Creed: Unity is plagued by plenty of issues on all platforms, including the Xbox One and PS4 versions struggling to mantain a stable 30 frames-per-second, and the PC version is riddled with graphical glitches and optimization issues, Ubisoft is aware of this and working on a fix.
The publisher says a day-one update released alongside the game on Tuesday "fixes a number of issues," while future patches are in the works to improve performance and update the plethora of bugs.
The upcoming update will adress several issues, such as:
Arno falling under the map;
The game crashing while joining a co-op session;
Delay in reaching the main menu screen when the game starts;
Ubisoft is also looking at several other issues, which have been reported by players, including:
Graphical & collision glitches;
Sudden frame-rate drops;
Matchmaking co-op connection issues;
Assassin's Creed Unity is released on PC and new-gen consoles, with Assassin's Creed Rogue being released on last-gen consoles. The game's released was reportedly riddled poor optimization issues, bugs