The company said in an upgrade that Patch 4, which is anticipated to eventually rectify the majority of the problems that have plagued the game since start, won’t arrive as planned.
“As said last week, we had anticipated to publish the patch today (and we all know that many are expecting its launch), but we’re picking to hold off until we can provide you with the improvements we have assured,” read the statement.
“We’re dedicated to providing significant functionality improvements, which demands that we refurbish the Paris map and that can take a couple more days to reach the high degree of quality our players deserve.”
Frame rate should improve and introduce fixes for several issues players have been facing since the game released a month past, according to previous statements from the company.
Two weeks following the launch of the game, Ubisoft declared settlement for all owners of the game and discontinued the Assassin’s Creed Unity season pass.