Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, which celebrates its eighth anniversary this year, will receive an update tomorrow. This will fix errors that appear on the PS5.

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate will be eight years old this year. Despite its considerable age, the game will receive a new update. Ubisoft Announcement patch 1.53, which will fix bugs that appear on the PS5.

If you’re wondering what it is exactly, let me explain. Bottom line: Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is available on PS5 as part of backwards compatibility, and unfortunately the game doesn’t run very well on the console. Among other things, players complain about flickering textures and lighting issues. These are the issues that the next patch is supposed to fix.

However, the most interesting thing is that people have been complaining about this problem for a long time. In August 2021, a thread was created on the official Ubisoft forum, in which players drew attention to the aforementioned issues. Support reps responded at the time:

Unfortunately, this may turn out to be a problem that cannot be fixed. It’s an older title that wasn’t meant to be played on this platform.” (PS5 – ed.).”

So, as you can see, it was finally delegated to some developers to eliminate this rather persistent problem. Granted, it took a while, but nonetheless, Ubisoft is to be commended for not totally abandoning a game that is, after all, already so old.

  1. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate – game guide

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