Assassin’s Creed Unity Has Hilarious Glitches

It wouldn’t be an Assassin’s Creed game without glitches, and the newest game in the series, Assassin’s Creed Unity, has plenty of them.

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darthv721196d ago (Edited 1196d ago )

Would that be a glitch? Seems more like the players choice to leap around like that.

Now the one in the video...that is a glitch.

hay1195d ago

Apparently this game would be so much better if it was a Superman game.

bigboss19901196d ago

This games shit! I tell you why theres all bugs in it like this. Because they have gone and made 2 games at the same time its greedy.

Meltic1196d ago

Must agree. Several bugs, glitches. And AC black flag was more beautifully and better my opinion. Ive not completed this game yet but 1 thing that i hate in unity is that you cant use enemies as cover when other enemies shooting. HATE IT... ac black flag was 9/10 and this 7/10 ubisoft what happend ? 4 years making this game and we got this ?

jriquelme_paraguay1196d ago

not know whether to laugh or cry

Findingcrybabies1196d ago

You laugh. I don't think many people buy a Ubisoft game expecting quality from a good developer or a complete game. So you go in knowing its going to be broken and unfinished. Enjoy it for what it is. I like it, but I refuse to buy their games.

cj1pate1011196d ago

Does any one realize splintercell blacklist is still plagued with these same type of bugs. Ammo packs thrown threw maps, players falling through maps, and ect.. ubi wont patch shit gl.

Meltic1196d ago

Its sad.. i dont understand eather how demanding this game can be ?. Look shadow of mordor. The game and fighting looked better and the graphic there was better allso. I know its the NPC on screen but who cares about that. Instead make a flaweless game that runs smooth and good. And not too mention that in ac black flag you could use enemies as cover when they shooted. Not here ? or i am wrong ?

starchild1196d ago

You've totally ruined your credibility claiming AC4 and Shadow of Mordor look better than Unity. That's just completely absurd. Unity is a much more graphically advanced game than either of those games. Shadow of Mordor is a fantastic game, but it doesn't hold a candle to Unity.

And, no, it's not just the density of the NPCs and other elements in the environments that makes it look better, it's the fact that it is using more advanced graphics tech all around.

"Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag utilized an upgraded version of Ubisoft's AnvilNext graphics engine, first debuted on PC in Assassin's Creed III. For Black Flag, the engine received a variety of significant upgrades, including pre-baked Global Illumination, volumetric fog, dynamic weather, and dynamic foliage to name but a few examples. For Unity there has been a similar upgrade, with Physically Based Rendering (PBR) being the stand-out addition, enabling materials, objects and surfaces to look and react more realistically to lighting, shading and shadowing. Furthermore, the Global Illumination system is now more realistic with the addition of volumetric technology, physics-led objects react more realistically, and cloth behaves in a realistic manner on the protagonist, in the environment, and on other characters. The world now supports larger landmasses, more objects, bigger buildings, building interiors that can be accessed without loading screens, and many other additions that enhance visual fidelity, immersion, and the gameplay."

"Other changes include improvements to depth of field effects, shadowing effects, reflection effects, level of detail instancing, movement, stealth, object interaction, and much, much more, to the extent it'd be easier to list the items that haven't been upgraded, rewritten, or optimized."

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