PC version of Patch Two will include a number of additional fixes.
BY: JENNA PITCHER
NOVEMBER 14, 2014
Assassin's Creed Unity recently received a patch to fix issues with purchases of real its world in-game currency, Helix Credits, and is about to receive a slew of updates with Patch Two.
“Our team has been working non-stop to get the patch ready, and today we can tell you that we are currently wrapping up this update,” the update reads. “We will be deploying it as soon as possible.”
Patch 2 will address ammo falling through the ground, crashing when joining a co-op session, ammo getting caught inside of hay carts and a delay in reaching the main menu screen at game start.
The PC version of Patch Two will include a number of additional fixes, including graphical problems. This includes flickering issues with nVidia SLI and AMD CrossFire configurations, improved performance in cinematic mode on low HW configurations and more. PC players are currently experiencing a wide range of problems, such as poor frame rate, crashing, clipping, mouse lag on menus, freezing, poor rendering, and a lack of graphics options.
Ubisoft recently deployed a patch to fix issues with purchasing and receiving Helix Credits for PlayStation 4 users, according to the franchise's official Facebook account. A fix is expected soon for Xbox One and PC.
The company plans to address other problems in future updates, including issues with frame rate, graphical and collision, matchmaking co-op, Helix Credits and more. You can see the full rundown of known issues Ubisoft is working to address on the Live Updates blog.
Sourced Via IGN