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The fourth patch for Assassin’s Creed: Unity is under fire again. After delaying release for “a few days”, the patch ended up arriving yesterday 16th December for Xbox One owners, with the PC version due later in the week.
Patch number 4 for Assassin’s Creed: Unity lands today, with an aim to fix more of the troubled game’s oppressive bugs in both single and multiplayer modes, as well as highlighting a plethora of performance-related fixes set to be included.
You don't exactly need to have your eyes glued to your screen to have seen the massive amount of negative feedback Ubisoft has gotten with the release of their newest installment in their hit-series that is Assassin's Creed. The past week it was impossible to open your web-browser and not see the loads of bugs and glitches accompanied with remarks from gamers. One more eloquent than the other...
Ubisoft has released a statement in an attempt to finally put to bed the issue of whether it constrains the visuals and performance of its games, following comments made earlier this week by Assassins Creed: Unity senior producer Vincent Pontbriand implying that Assassin's Creed Unity had been locked at 900p resolution to keep the PS4 release in line with Xbox One. Ubisoft's Nicolas Guérin also made claims that the industry was dropping the 60fps standard in favour or the 'more cinematic' 30fps. 
Assassin’s Creed: Unity was one of the bigger titles of E3 2014’s Day 0 coverage, and as such, the game featured in multiple conferences.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity will reportedly come packing a four-player co-op mode, a first for the traditionally solo time-travelling stealth-action adventure.
The cat’s well and truly out of the bag now. After leaked images yesterday confirmed the existence of Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Ubisoft has quickly pulled together a trailer for our first glimpse at next AC outing in action.