Saturday, November 29, 2014

Ubisoft apologises for Assassin's Creed Unity bugs

Is arno hanging on something

The head of the games studio behind Assassin's Creed Unity has emailed players apologising for bugs in the video game and offering them free content.
Yannis Mallat, chief executive of Ubisoft Montreal & Toronto, wrote that it had been a "humbling" experience.

He is the latest in a series of software bosses to pen such an apology after a glitch-ridden release.
Experts said Ubisoft needed to act to protect its reputation.
"Assassin's Creed is Ubisoft's most important, bestselling franchise, and it's also generally the firm's most anticipated series by gamers," said Keza MacDonald, UK editor of gaming news site Kotaku.
"The fact that after Unity came out, the conversation has been almost entirely about how many bugs it's got and how broken it is in certain areas, is really, really damaging for the company."
Missing faces
Ubisoft has traditionally had a more consumer-friendly reputation than some of its rivals.

And there are plenty of other glitches like these

here it show that arno is playing hide and seek and i guess he is winning

and here we can see a templar trying to stretch which i guess that it really hurts

so yea thank god Ubisoft took action and fixed some of the problems but i believe the its still not over yet .

and as always remember that GAMING IS ALWAYS THE ANSWER.