Ubisoft has announced that it is working to fix Assassin's Creed Syndicate graphical issues on PlayStation 5. The only canon game in the franchise to have performance flaws on next-gen consoles, the title is soon to be repaired and should be fully playable in the coming months.

During the tests of Syndicate on PS5, fans noticed that the game had many inconsistencies, especially in aspects such as shadows and lighting. And despite the title being able to run with stable frame rate, the publisher decided to exclude it from the list of backwards compatible, without giving explanations about future fixes.

Now, a member of Ubisoft support has revealed to be aware of these issues. According to a tweet mysteriously deleted from social media, an update with visual and stability bug fixes should be released "as soon as possible".

The team is aware of some visual issues in Assassin's Creed Syndicate on PS5 and is working on a fix as soon as possible. We don't have any updates yet, but keep an eye out for news about it.

Assassin's Creed Syndicate is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Furthermore, This Friday (8), a post on the ResetEra forum “revealed” the upcoming games that will be added to the PS Plus Extra and Deluxe catalog. According to user “BlackBate”, Assassin's Creed Unity, Black Flag, Freedom Cry and The Ezio Collection will be the news of the month alongside Stray and more.


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