Assassin’s Creed Unity launched last month with numerous bugs, glitches and framerate problems that caused outrage from many fans of the series. Ubisoft is now trying to make good with these fans by offering free content.
It’s been a rough fall season for Ubisoft releases and the trend will either continue, or be broken, with the release of their next title, The Crew. The title is a social racing game that is built around multiplayer, co-op and competitive experiences. That said, they don’t believe that day one reviews will be the … Continue reading The Crew Day One Reviews Might Not be Reliable Says Ubisoft
Ubisoft has announced the reason why many gamer’s copies Assassin’s Creed: Unity keeps crashing when players press continue on the main menu.
Pirated copies of Far Cry 4 are missing a certain feature.
Problems with Assassin’s Creed: Unity continue to arise. Ubisoft promises that they are working with players to debug the problems ailing the newly released game.
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like Assassin’s Creed Unity’s framerate issues, Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s matchmaking issues, the Fallout 4 hoax, the latest Nintendo Direct, Square Enix’s expectations for Final Fantasy XV’s release date and much more.
Ubisoft is apparently in a giving mood as they are handing out free DLC for anyone who RSVPs to watch their Assassin’s Creed Unity Twitch livestream event.
In an official blog post, Ubisoft refuted the notion that Assassin’s Creed Unity was locked at a resolution of 900p with a frame rate of 30fps for both consoles in order to “avoid all the debates and stuff,” as previously stated by the game’s senior producer, Vincent Pontbriand.
If you were hoping the next Assassin’s Creed would be coming to Wii U, consider your hopes dashed. Ubisoft will no longer be bringing the series to Nintendo’s home console.
Ubisoft recently announced various games that will be drastically discounted, up to 75% for several games.