Assassin’s Creed: Unity – PC Update 1.2.0 Changelog Revealed, Addresses Multi-GPU Issues

Man, Assasssin’s Creed: Unity is not even out yet and Ubisoft has already released two patches for the PC version of the game. Earlier today we shared the changelog for the day-one patch of the PS4 version for Assassin’s Creed: Unity. While the French company did not reveal which of them were issued on all platforms, we just got our hands on the changelogs for the two PC updates that are currently available. Enjoy the release notes after the jump!

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Ubisoft Entertainment
Assassin’s Creed® Unity v1.2.0
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Fixed crash when accepting invitation in specific cases
Added NVIDIA technologies descriptions in advanced graphics page
Improved performance in cinematic on low HW configurations
Fixed various Graphic issues
Fixed various Input issues
Fixed various Multi-GPU issues
Fixed various UI issues
Fixed various Uplay Invitations issues

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Ubisoft Entertainment
Assassin’s Creed® Unity v1.1.0
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Fixed crash with MSAA enabled
The “Reload” action is now available in the “Customize Controls” menu
Fixed various Graphic issues
Fixed various Multi-GPU issues
Fixed various Multi-Monitor issues
Fixed various UI issues
Fixed various Uplay Actions issues
Fixed various Uplay Progressive Download issues
Fixed various Uplay Rewards issues

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