“Assassin’s Creed Syndicate” is no longer one of the newest parts of the series. Nevertheless, the title got a new patch that fixes an annoying bug on the PS5.
Ubisoft has released an update for the 2015 released “Assassin’s Creed Syndicate” that fixes a flickering issue. This could previously occur when playing the PS4 game on the PS5 via backwards compatibility.
The update, numbered 1.53, does not add any new content to the game, so content support remains idle. But it’s a nice move by Ubisoft with the aim of making one of the publisher’s older games more enjoyable to play on a current platform.
Players reported that Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’s flickering issue made the title almost unplayable on PS5. Possible triggers were not mentioned. But it seems that the issue was exclusive to the PlayStation platform as no such issues were reported for the Xbox version of the game.
Support for “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” also ends. After the last chapter was added with the update 1.6.2, followed with the Patch 1.7.0 the last software patch this week, although it can be assumed that serious bugs will also be fixed in the future.
Several Assassin’s Creed games planned
From now on, Ubisoft would like to concentrate on upcoming “Assassin’s Creed” games, including “Assassin’s Creed Mirage”, which will be released this year and is intended to represent a comparatively small gaming experience compared to the last major releases. This is also reflected in Price of around 50 euros* wider.
The parts are also developed „Assassin’s Creed RED“ and „Assassin’s Creed Hexe“. In addition, players can expect a multiplayer experience and an overarching hub. In any case, there shouldn’t be a lack of new experiences within the franchise in the coming years.
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We will hear news about the games from Ubisoft very soon. The publisher will be present at E3 2023where the company would like to present a selection of current productions.
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