Assassin’s Creed: Unity PC Patch 1.3 is Out, Brings Some Fixes With Some Problems

By   /   Nov 29, 2014

Yet another patch update (v 1.3) for Assassin’s Creed: Unity has been released, and it is said to fix some of the major problems that have proved to be rather annoying for the players.

PC users will be able to download this update with uPlay client or if they are using Steam, then the game will auto-update through the client.

Few of the PC specific fixes are listed below:

  • Fixed saves corruptions in some cases
  • Fixed temporal blur for SLI
  • Fixed graphical corruptions in Character Customization menu
  • Fixed crash in Character Customization menu on controller autoswitch
  • Alt+Enter switch window modes correctly
  • NPC on side monitors shows correctly
  • Minor UI improvements

Furthermore, the patch brings some stability to the gameplay by fixing several crashing issues in both single player and co-op.

Frame rates for the PlayStation 4 version have been improved, some FPS drops when climbing will not happen again and Sainte Chapelle FPS drops problems have been fixed as well.

Apart from the above mentioned changes, patch 1.3 addresses the AI and crowd concerns, matchmaking, connectivity and replication problems, and it brings some changes to HUD and main menus.

Loads of changes and fixes have also been brought to the campaign’s missions, which will improve the overall single player experience of the players.

However, the update also seems to have introduced more issues, as a lot of players on the game’s official forums are complaining about lost save files, loading issues and some freezing problems.

We hope that players will be able to enjoy their time Assassin’s Creed: Unity without any problems soon.

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