Assassin’s Creed: Revelations PC will get a day-one patch

Ah you dirty greedy PC gamers. You’ve been constantly complaining about Ubisoft’s support when our beloved company is doing everything in their power to provide you with the best Assassin’s Creed experience. Yet you are still ‘bitching’. Curse you, curse you all. Jokes aside though, Ubisoft informed us about a day-one patch that will be released on December 2nd for the PC version of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. We should note that this patch is pretty much essential to all those interested in playing the game with Nvidia’s 3D Vision as it comes with lots of improvements and fixes. You can view its entire changelog after the jump.
Assassin’s Creed: Revelations PC Day-One Patch Changelog:
#Fixed issue when in some situations smoke bombs didn’t trigger properly
#Fixed issue with a Dares being displayed incorrectly
#Fixed various text overlaps caused by the localized representation of Keyboard buttons
#Multiple graphic improvements related to NVidia 3D vision (Added sky rendering options to game menu)
#Various small camera related fixes, like camera now follows a fresh respawned user if he spams the “Center Camera” action key
#Fixed some issues that sometimes occurred when switching between executables
#Eyefinity optimizations for superwide resolutions
#Various tweaks and fixes in Multiplayer related to Friends system
#Voice chat icon is now properly displayed when it’s turned off
# Fixed problems with running game in offline mode

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