Ubisoft has rolled out a fourth patch for the bug-riddled Assassin’s Creed Unity. The patch was initially going to be delayed, but appeared on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One yesterday. The PC version will be released before the end of the week.
Patch 4 is a belter, clocking in at 6.7GB so be aware if you’re constrained by cap limits. The size of the update is largely thanks to the fact that Ubisoft has overhauled portions of the Paris map in order to stabilise frame rates and other graphics related glitches. Additionally, fixes to the game’s UI, matchmaking, and save game bugs have also been patched up. The PC version is getting a number of fixes for TXAA and MSAA issues. If you want to read the full patch notes then head over here.
On a side note: I’m knee-deep in this game for a postponed review in NAG Magazine. I’ve been fairly lucky with regard to game bugs and have only experienced some UI issues that wouldn’t register my X button inputs. That being said, the frame rate problems are awful on PlayStation 4 so I’m hoping patch 4 is able to get that under control.