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Assassin's Creed Unity's next patch should fix 'most' of the game's lingering problems

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Assassin's Creed Unity's upcoming patch should "rectify most of the remaining issues," when it rolls out, according to the game's updated Q&A and Known Issues section on its website.

There are four priority issues the patch will address. A bug that causes the game to crash after loading a save has been given "a lot of attention," and most instances should be solved with Patch 4. A similar crash or freeze bug exclusive to PlayStation 4 should be resolved, Ubisoft notes. Other fixes address the game's companion app problems and Initiates legacy recognition issues.

"Work continues on Patch 4, which should bring improvements to the framerate as well as additional fixes," the udpate reads. "We're still testing some fixes in Patch 4, so we'll have a more detailed preview next week."

The post adds that players should continue to contact customer support with problems. You can read the full update on Ubisoft's site.

Since launch, Assassin's Creed Unity has been plagued with more than two dozen bugs and glitches. In light of the game's numerous problems, players will be given DLC campaign Dead Kings for free; those who purchased the season pass had their choice of one free game, including Far Cry 4 and The Crew.

For more on Assassin's Creed Unity, read our review.

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