After numerous complaints from players, Ubisoft responded to backlash surrounding its latest installment in the “Assassin’s Creed” series. “Unity,” which launched Tuesday, is riddled with bugs and errors and the French developer promised users Thursday in a blog post that it was working on an additional update to remedy some of the problems that many players continue to encounter.

According to the post, Ubisoft’s next update will fix the following:

    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.

    Frame rate issues.

    Graphical and collision issues.

    Matchmaking co-op issues.

    Helix Credits issues.

“In addition, we are already looking into many of the other issues you’ve told us about and we have more updates planned,” the company promised. “This list doesn’t capture everything, but here are the most widely-reported problems we’ve heard about from you.”

Some of the many errors can be found in the video below:


More than 1,600 users have responded to the post, voicing their complaints and discussing the many different issues with “Unity.” The game is available for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and players are reporting errors and bugs on all three platforms. "Unity" is the seventh main installment in the "Assassin's Creed" series.