Assassin's Creed News: Unity Patch 4 Said To Fix Most Remaining Issues; AC Chronicles: China Will Be Available Without Unity Season Pass
With every patch that goes live for Assassin's Creed Unity, Ubisoft's to-do list gets smaller and smaller. According to the developers, the upcoming Patch 4 is set to clear up most remaining issues in the game, meaning we may be getting close to a complete Assassin's Creed Unity game.
In a recent post on the game's live updates blog, Ubisoft stated that Patch 4 will, hopefully, clear up the rest of the so-far unaddressed issues that players have been reporting. A main issue that Patch 4 is tackling is a bug where games will sometimes crash immediately after loading a save file. As of now, there doesn't seem to be an estimated release window for Patch 4.
Ubisoft also recently sent out a patch for the game's mobile companion app that fixes a list of problems players had been reporting. Full details for the 1.04 patch can be found over on the same blog post mentioned earlier.
Finally, Ubisoft's blog post addressed the topic of Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, a spin-off title that was supposed to come free for players who purchased Unity's season pass. Now that the game's season pass is no longer available, players have been wondering if the window to pick up Chronicles had also closed. Thankfully, Ubisoft notes that Chronicles will still be available for those without a season pass and that more information on the 2.5-D platformer will be coming next year.
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China will follow female Assassin Shao Jun as she makes her way through 16th-century China. Ubisoft has said that the Chronicles title is planned to become a series of one-offs starring lesser-known Assassins.
Assassin's Creed Unity is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.