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Scaling Notre Dame and fighting frame rate issues in Assassin's Creed Unity

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Assassin's Creed Unity could have been a spectacular way for the franchise to step foot into the current generation of console hardware — it's big, pretty and has some interesting methods for bringing the series back to its assassination roots. But it drops the ball in more departments than one, most notably in terms of performance. The life of a revolutionary is hard enough as is without having to spar with plummeting frame rates, too.

Check out the Overview above to see some of the highs — like the detailed interior of the Notre Dame — and technical lows of Assassin's Creed Unity in action.