Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – New Update Released

Assassins Creed IV Black Flag v3

Ubisoft has released a new update for the PC version of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag that fixes various minor UI issues, various minor stability issues on certain configurations and a problem with VSync on multiplayer. In addition, this update packs a number of fixes for both the SP and MP modes. Unfortunately, there isn’t any performance increase, so don’t expect miracles from this patch. This new update will be auto-downloaded via UPLAY, and you can view its complete changelog below. Enjoy!

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Update Changelog:

* Fixed problem with VSync on multiplayer
* Fixed issue when the host has the game minimized
* Fixed various minor UI issues
* Fixed various minor stability issues on certain configurations

* Fixed an issue that made the Juan Garcia assassination contract in Matanzas impossible to finish in certain conditions
* Fix detection issues
* Fixed desynchronization issues during main missions
* Fix various display issues
* Fixed some graphical issues
* Fixed various online sharing issues relating to White Whales, Social Chests and Royal Convoys
* Fixed sword-spawning issues
* Fixed some database entry issues
* Fixed DLC trailer issues
* Fixed various animation issues
* And other various issues

* Fix various display issues
* Fix various crash issues
* Voice Chat improvements
* Fixed Wolfpack game mode behavior with Join In Progress option
* Fixed aspects of the Teleport & Bodyguard Abilities
* Fixed issues with host migration in Wolfpack Game Mode.
* Fixed approach meter behavior when under Timephase Ability effect.
* Fixes implemented in Havana & Kingston maps
* Fixed certain Ability set issues in Manhunt.
* Fixed the Booby Trap activation time
* Fixed frequency of the “extra time target” appearing in Wolfpack Game Mode
* And other various issues

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