Ubisoft is steady dolling out the fixes for Assassin’s Creed: Unity, with the fourth patch may prove to be the biggest yet. Why? It may have something to do with the whopping 6.7 GB worth of update data. We are sure that’s pretty much a whole new game by itself. This update virtually replaces large chunks of the faulty Paris map:
Part of the team’s effort to enhance frame rate for players involves replacing and updating portions of the Paris city map where we are seeing issues. This explains the large size of this title update (6.7 GB). However, since a large portion of the patch replaces existing files the net increase to the game’s overall size will be less than 6.7 GB.
You can read the lofty patch notes over on Ubisoft.
Does this make up for lofty faulty disaster Unity has turned out to be? Maybe. But if Ubsioft followed in the footsteps of Polish-production company CD Projekt Red, the gamersphere would be better off for it. These triple A games should truly be downgraded if Ubisoft and the likes try to pull these type of stunts again.