Assassins Creed Unity feature 5

Assassin’s Creed Unity & Black Flag get a must-have LOD Fix Mod

Assassin’s Creed fans, here is something really special for you today.
Guillaume “Skall” Peronnin has just released a must-have mod for both Assassin’s Creed Unity and Assassin’s Creed Black Flag that addresses their LOD issues.

In case you weren’t aware of, the vanilla versions of Unity and Black Flag had some awful blurry textures due to their default LOD values. Thus, Guillaume “Skall” Peronnin has decided to use Cheat Engine in order to fix them.

Not only that, but this mod also allows you to disable the annoying Chromatic Aberration effects. Since the game does not offer such an in-game option, this is another reason why we highly recommend this mod.

By using the following Cheat Tables, PC gamers can now enjoy crisp visuals on most occasions. This is seriously a must-have mod, though you’ll need an anti-cheat bypass. Also, use this mod only for the single-player campaign (preferably in offline mode).

In order to install and enable this LOD fix, you’ll have to follow this guide. Also note that this mod only works with the UPLAY version.

Lastly, you can find below some comparison screenshots. The vanilla version is on the left, whereas the modded version is on the right. The first comparison is for the LOD (pay attention to the roofs) and the second is for Chromatic Aberration (pay attention to the sides of the images).

LOD vanillaLOD modded Chromatic Aberration vanillaChromatic Aberration modded

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