More than a week after release, and much-anticipated Assassin’s Creed Unity is still reportedly unplayable for many people. If you want to know just how many issues the developers are facing, Ubisoft has created a list, highlighting those it is making a priority to fix.
The list – which is not as lengthy as you might expect – also contains workarounds for various bugs, in case you just can’t wait for the studio to fix them all. One of these is the “simple” fix of unplugging your console’s network cable and playing the game offline, which Ubisoft says “could potentailly improve frame rate”.
There are also workarounds offered for Unity gamers running into problems with Sequence 1 / Memory 3, and Sequence 7 / Memory 3. Other bugs – like graphical collision issues, matchmaking co-op problems and a number of uPlay specific dramas – are still being worked on.
It’s worth noting that Ubisoft has fixed a number of issues already – Arno should no longer fall through the ground, Aussies should get their Day One DLC, and a frustrating co-op bug has been squished. Ubisoft recently released patches for the PC and PlayStation 4 versions of Assassin’s Creed Unity – and promises there are more on the way.