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How to fix Assassin’s Creed Unity Errors,FPS Drops, Stuttering, ACU.exe Has Stopped Working

Assassin’s Creed Unity game was released by Ubisoft today, November 11, and many players encountered a lot of errors and bugs when they tried to play the game or launch it.The Assassin’s Creed Unity Errors that they reported are: Stuttering, Random Crashes, FPS Drops and ACU.exe Has Stopped Working, all of these errors are making the game unplayable.Follow our tutorial to fix all these errors and play the game!

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KrisButtar1129d ago

Can see why reviews are being delayed until after launch

Godmars2901129d ago (Edited 1129d ago )

They did?

http://www.allgamesbeta.com...

Haven't been following the game, never cared for the series, so i have no idea if you're being sarcastic.

Regardless, this is another failing of game journalism. Either these issues showed up in previews and weren't reported out of favoritism, or the review copies are nothing like the retail copies and otherwise irreverent.

Eonjay1129d ago (Edited 1129d ago )

There was an embargo in place that extended to 12pm EST after the actual release. So he isn't being sarcastic.

Regardless, I don't know if they are allowed to reveal any details (technical or otherwise) until after embargo is up as part of the review agreement. That is a problem. Dat NDA

Godmars2901129d ago

Even if this is the result of NDAs, because of them, it shows that game companies have too much control. Especially when considering the first-day and pre-order sales mentality they've only been pushing.

They're entitled to quick high volume sales, to put out incomplete games or games which require day one patches, when reviews can be released, but consumers somehow don't have any rights regarding those bad games unless a big enough stink is raised. And even then.

Ironically this is what should have launched Gamergate: a game about the French Revolution.

Just needs a "Let them Eat Cake" PR statement, and Ubisoft have been overflowing with those lately.

KrisButtar1129d ago

"Even if this is the result of NDAs, because of them, it shows that game companies have too much control. Especially when considering the first-day and pre-order sales mentality they've only been pushing.

They're entitled to quick high volume sales, to put out incomplete games or games which require day one patches, when reviews can be released, but consumers somehow don't have any rights regarding those bad games unless a big enough stink is raised. And even then."

That is a big problem with the industry IMO and the only thing I know to do is "vote with my wallet." I used to always buy day 1 but because games don't seem to work at launch, what's the point? I almost never buy used. I want to support the developer but I've found myself waiting until games drop to $29.99/$39.99 before I buy them as I figure that should be long enough for the patches to have rolled out and most the problems are fixed.

starchild1129d ago

I haven't had any bugs, only seen a few glitches (the kind I see in most games, especially open world), and the game runs fine for me. I set shadows from "PCSS" to "high" and textures from "ultra high" to "high" and I get a solid 30fps in the game. It looks quite impressive.

I'm also happy about a few things I didn't even know about until I played the game. For example, you can turn off all the highlighting BS in the menu. I've wanted this setting in AC games for years and they finally did it. Hudless is the way to go for me.

Also, I think it's nice that when I play with my DualShock 4 controller all the prompts in the game are changed to DS4 prompts. I think this is the first game to do that. So, whether you are playing with an Xbox controller or a Dualshock controller the prompts will be accurate.

Eonjay1129d ago

Out of curiosity, what specs are you running with?

Feralkitsune1128d ago

PRetty sure the download "fix" on that page is some kind of malware or something. OIt tries to make you take a stupid survey. Don't trust this at all.