Ubisoft Says “Disconnect Your Internet” To Fix Performance in Assassin’s Creed: Unity

/ 3 years ago


Alright Ubisoft, we get it – you don’t want PC gamers to purchase your titles, but saying this type of thing? You might as well refund gamers’ money for future titles and pre-orders right now.

The company has posted on their forums with ways of fixing the performance-related issues associated with Assassin’s Creed: Unity, with one of the recommendations from Ubisoft being “that you disconnect from your internet connection (wifi or network cable).It could potentially improve frame rate.”

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Now, between you and me – this type of thing should’ve been picked up in the QA stages of the game – I’m sure Ubisoft doesn’t run their offices without Internet access, but hey – maybe I’m wrong.

Source: TweakTown & Ubisoft Forums.

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4 Responses to “Ubisoft Says “Disconnect Your Internet” To Fix Performance in Assassin’s Creed: Unity”
  1. Robert Lungu says:

    This is outrageous.

  2. crescentish says:

    Wow, they are really think themselves invincible, right? I guess, for them, the customer is never right…

    • Redreu says:

      until People stop pre-orders, and wait for reviews before purchace then, with good, aggresive marketing they pretty much are invincible.

  3. Futilizer says:

    Don’t you need to be always online to play this garbage?

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