Assassin’s Creed for the PS3 and Xbox 360 bogged down by crashes?

Assassin's Creed - Image 1More gremlins sighted, and no, they’re not of the cuddly, cute kind that multiplies whenever they get water splashed upon them. Rather, they’re the sort that mucks up what could be a fine piece of technology. That said piece of technology is Ubisoft‘s Assassin’s Creed for the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and PC – and the gremlins are the horrible lockups that the console versions of the title have been experiencing, as reported by both PS3 and Xbox 360 users. More at the full article.

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It seems that Ubisoft‘s highly-original game about a man in white shanking people in the back in the times where he’s not hopping from rooftop to rooftop – Assassin’s Creed for the Sony PS3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and PC – has its own share of the post-launch gremlins, as a lot of Sony PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 users have been complaining of the game having a lot of glitches. And no, it’s not about the clipping or the screen tearing or the framerate dropping – it’s the game-stopping freezing that everyone’s all up in arms about.

Fortunately, it seems that Ubisoft is on the ball concerning the issues with their latest next-gen masterpiece, with CouchZombie, the forum manager, responding about how they’re looking into the matter at hand. The post, as is, ran:

***update*** we are officially looking into this and hope to have it resolved shortly.

While it doesn’t say much about what Ubisoft is planning to do, or if we will see a patch to resolve these issues in the near future, it does confirm that Ubisoft knows what’s wrong with their game. Here’s hoping for an early update regarding these issues, so we can all go back to the next-gen shanking.

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