Assassin’s Creed: Unity releases in North America tomorrow and before jumping into the city of Paris, would-be assassins will first have to download a day-one patch.
The mandatory update weighs in at 900 MB and brings a series of fixes and improvements to both the single-player and co-op modes. Various issues related to camera angels and navigation has been fixed. The AI and Crowd has been looked over in terms of animation, detection and reactions to specific scenarios.
In the online portion, the game’s matchmaking and host migration has been tweaked. Missions and various objectives had their bugs squashed. Missing details and textures have been filled in. Prices of consumables have been corrected.
In addition to all of that the game’s menu and HUD has been improved. Since we haven’t seen what it was before, we can’t really say what kind of improvement it is.
Those with speedy internet connections will find the patch a measly download. Those however, with average speeds will have to spend a bit of time in preparation. It still is lighter than the beefy 15 GB day-one mandatory patch Halo: The Master Chief Collection will receive when it launches tomorrow.
Tomorrow will also see to the release of Assassin’s Creed: Rogue on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.