Ubisoft has officially apologized for the problems with Assassin's Creed: Unity. The text of the appeal was published on the official website of the popular series.
It says, in part, that the release of the game was the most anticipated event of 2014 for the development team around the world, which has put a lot of effort into creating a new game engine and "rethinking key elements." Technical issues that prevent you from enjoying the game are characterized as "unexpected".
Ubisoft has pledged to actively seek and eliminate them and announced the release of its third patch that will fix problems with "connectivity, matchmaking, gameplay and menus." As compensation, the company promised to give all game buyers a new app called Fallen Kings. As for the owners of the so-called Season Passes, they will be given a choice of any of the following games: "The Crew", "Far Cry 4", "Watch Dogs", "Assassin`s Creed IV: Black Flag", "Rayman Legends" and "Just Dance 2015".
Let us remind you that the game "Assassin's Creed: Unity" was released on November 12, 2014 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC consoles. Despite all the errors recorded by users, the game was included in the list of nominees for the prestigious "Video Game Awards 2014".
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