Thursday, November 13, 2014

Major Releases Still Updating Fixes

Arno, you look so pretty...
Though they made their launch date, Assassin's Creed Unity and Halo: The Master Chief Collection still struggle with patches and fixes to make the games work properly.

Despite being delayed two weeks, Assassin's Creed Unity is still full of game breaking bugs. The main character Arno seems to fall through the ground or get trapped in a hiding place or the game simply crashes when trying to join some co-op matches. Speaking through a live blog, Ubisoft is currently working on a patch that will fix these game breaking bugs, before moving on to other fixes, such as frame rate issues and matchmaking for co-op.

Meanwhile, 343 Industries is still struggling to fix the matchmaking for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The studio is currently planning a new big fix that should help expedite finding matches, stating in an update "This evening we plan to deploy additional server updates that will improve searching times and increase the likelihood of players finding games. The update will allow more players to enter matches, which may result in larger team sizes (5v5 instead of 4v4, for example)"

The update also touches on a few other fixes the studio is currently working on, explaining "We have also confirmed that stats and achievements are not registering, and are working with the Xbox Live team to ensure that these issues are resolved as quickly as possible." 

Stay tuned to The Jesters Court for more updates as the studios put in these fixes and keep  your eyes here for more daily gaming news.

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