Assassin's Creed Unity's "No Face" Bug Now Fixed, Ubisoft Says
Developer says the creepy bug was not very widespread, and was fixed a week ago.
Assassin's Creed Unity's "No Face" bug--which was never very widespread--should now be fixed, developer Ubisoft says. Writing on the game's live updates page, Ubisoft said it was able to isolate the issue after "rigorous" testing, and found that it only occurs with "one or two specific graphics cards," though these were not named outright.
In both cases, the No Face bug was fixed right away with Unity's launch day patch (and its subsequent updates), Ubisoft explained. .
"This should not be affecting any players who are allowing their game to be automatically patched as recommended with updates as they are released," the developer wrote. "If you believe you are seeing this issue under any other circumstance, contact our support team and let us know!"
Unity's No Face bug was brought to our attention by Steam user Retro_Apocalypse, who posted images of the bug to his Steam page last week. Now we can only wonder if Ubisoft will take this in stride and release some "No Face" Halloween costumes next year.
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