On Thursday, Ubisoft released patch 1.03 for Assassin & Creed III remastered on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC that mainly "adjusted the lighting in the scenes to improve the appearance of the faces of the characters, skin and hair throughout the game." Like many patch notes, it is a dry description of a very welcome change. To wit: thank God, the creepy teeth are gone.
With this new patch, the characters in cinematic scenes seem to be completely bathed in fluorescent light, and a little more as if they were under the dim lighting of the original game, as these comparative images show. Less light means less visible teeth, which means fewer nightmares.
The patch is an unceremonious resolution for one of the first players of errors found Assassin & # 39; s Creed III Remastered. Players started complaining about this in the forums and the franchise almost immediately, when the game was launched in March. When the first post-launch update, 1.02, went to any of these groups, the players wondered what Ubisoft's support plans were and were frustrated by the lack of communication.
Given the Assassin & # 39; s Creed The games have a rocky (and sometimes exaggerated) story with pitches with errors, this is a delicate point in what is an excellent opportunity to review one of the most controversial games of the series.