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Assassin’s Creed Unity patch 4 coming on Monday. Aims to make it more stable

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Assassin’s Creed Unity’s 4th patch is due out on Monday, 15 December. The priorities of the patch to make the game more stable and fix performance issues, though it should also improve the online matchmaking.

The last patch fixed more than 300 issues, many of them to do with quests not properly completing. Unending quests stopped from players progressing in the story, quite frustrating, as you can imagine.

When Assassin’s Creed Unity first launched it was plagued with bugs that saw textures not rendering properly, players falling through the floors, and a stack of animation glitches. There were crash bugs, multiplayer problems and other inconveniences across the game. Also, whole systems outside of the game were offline meaning players couldn’t access content within Unity.

Hundreds of instances of these problems have now been fixed but Ubisoft will be working into the new year on patching out as many of the rest as they can.

Full patch notes for Patch 4 aren’t yet available but expect them to be published on the 15 December when the update goes live. Ubisoft say that the “patch will address issues with stability and performance as well as online matchmaking and connectivity (among other fixes and improvements).”

The existence of Assassin’s Creed Victory, the next major game in the series, was leaked last week and Matt’s already put together a wishlist of what he’d like to see Ubisoft do with the series.