Assassin's Creed Unity update: patch released ASAP

Issue surrounding the release of Assassin's Creed Unity are currently being addressed by Unity in a second patch. While many players have already downloaded the first "Day 1 Patch", there's a second in the mix. This second download for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, will address several of the most stand-out issues that've come up in the release of the game. Falling through the ground when you jump off a building? No worries for you – all will be well soon, so says Ubisoft.

The first update beyond Day one will include glitch as well as performance issue fixes. You'll see each of the following addressed in this update:

• Arno falling through the ground.

• Game crashing when joining a co-op session.

• Arno getting caught inside of hay carts.

• Delay in reaching the main menu screen at game start.

Of course these are only a few of the collection of glitches we've seen thus far. Ubisoft is also "looking into many of the other issues" reported thus far, and they suggest that they "have more updates planned."

Ubisoft suggests that the following four problems are amongst "the most widely-reported" and will be looked into first:

• Frame rate issues.

• Graphical and collision issues.

• Matchmaking co-op issues.

• Helix Credits issues.

"We will be providing additional details in the coming days" says Ubisoft this afternoon.

They have not provided a time for the second update's release, they've only suggested that it'll be coming. Stick around as we keep an eye out, and be sure to have a peek at our Assassin's Creed Unity Review as well.