Assassin's Creed: Unity has been criticized for technical issues since its November 11 launch, but publisher Ubisoft believes the majority of the game's issues are nearly behind it.
In a recent entry posted to Unity's website, the Live Update team details an upcoming fourth patch for the game that it believes will fix "most of the remaining issues our players have been reporting." Full details on the update are unavailable, but the Live Update team claims it focuses on improving the game's framerate, reducing the frequency of crashes and enhancing the functionality of the Assassin's Creed: Unity companion app.
Though confident that the worst is behind them, the Live Update team asks players to continue to send error reports, before thanking fans for their continued support. Lacking from this update is any word on when Assassin's Creed: Unity players can expect the game's fourth patch to arrive.