This update includes an Xbox One exclusive fix. Rejoice, Xbox fans, you got your exclusive content.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity launched wit a plethora of glitches and bugs. A lot of them, so many that even the BBC reported on them, and that they sent Ubisoft’s stock tumbling. However, Ubisoft seems to have responded to the call pretty remarkably quickly, and they have released an update across all platforms to get the issue fixed. Now, they released another one, which is finally live on the Xbox One.
The patch fixes one of the most well known glitches and bugs with the game, which sees protagonist Arno falling through the earth and getting stuck in hay carts. It also fixes some game crashes when joining cooperative sessions. Moreover, it also addresses an issue that was specific to the Xbox One version of the game, which saw the game getting stuck at the start screen when you first booted it up.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity launched on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It appears to be a good game, but unfortunately, thanks to the mountain of glitches surrounding it, it’s hard to really know.