Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate – Patch 1.4 Improve Performance & Stability, Fixes Several Render Issues

Ubisoft has released a new update for Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. According to its changelog, this update packs fixed several render issues and improves overall performance and stability. This patch is available on both UPLAY and Steam, and you can read its complete changelog below.

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate – Patch 1.4 Changelog:

PC

  • Added DLC – The Last Maharaja support
  • Fixed “Jack’s message” puzzle issue
  • Fixed crash in World War I mission
  • Fixed crash on Title Screen when downloading Jack The Ripper
  • Fixed geometry corruption on Intel integrated GPU
  • Fixed TXAA shaking
  • Fixed several render issues
  • Fixed several UI issues
  • Fixed few online issues

Online

  • Fixed an issue where glitches might fail to award the player Helix rewards
  • Fixed an issue where the permanent XP Boost from the Season Pass would not be present in some cases

World/3D/Menu/HUD

  • Fixed a typo with the Military Chapel’s bombing description
  • Fixed an issue where the “Legendary Assassin kukri” would appear uncrafted and unusable after crafting it
  • Fixed an issue with some achievements unlocking when they should not

Mission

  • Fixed an issue in the “A Night to Remember” mission where the user could be stuck outside the vault in some rare cases, leaving no possibility to progress further
  • Fixed an issue, in the “Jack the Ripper” DLC, in the “Jack’s Lieutenants” mission where the objective would not update
  • Fixed an issue, in the “Jack the Ripper” DLC, in the “Letter of Intent” mission where it could fail without a desynch in some specific cases

Stability/Performance

  • Improved performance and stability

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