'Assassin's Creed: Syndicate' Brand New Patch Is Out Now & It's Way Better Than Patch 1.50 On PS4 Pro
A brand new patch has been released by Ubisoft on Jan.10 for "Assassin's Creed: Syndicate" that fixes the mess it had on the PlayStation 4 Pro, which also enhances the visuals of the game. The previous update released for the game was broken with a checkerboard upscaling scheme that made the image quality blurry instead of having it enhanced.
According to Gearnuke, Ubisoft seemed to be listening to the players' complaints as it has already released another new update for "Assassin's Creed: Syndicate" with the patch notes that says it has improved 4K support on PS4 Pro and with improved stability. NeoGAF user black070 shared images of the screenshots made showing improved and retouched visuals that now looks like accurately improved 4K support game for the console.
"Assassin's Creed: Syndicate" is one of the numerous games that has been updated by a brand new patch providing support for the PlayStation 4 Pro with unfortunate implementations that are poor in quality and less stability. This has made the game worse in the new console but the patch can now be downloaded from PSN, according to Gaming Bolt.
To see the added benefits on this latest patch update for the game, you will certainly need a 4K display and with PlayStation 4 Pro's improved frame rates, HDR support and many other graphical effects, you should be able to experience "Assassin's Creed: Syndicate" in a more realistic look. PS4 Pro is available for purchase at $399/£349.
"Assassin's Creed: Syndicate" is set in London in 1868 during the industrial revolution, an age of invention and prosperity within the working class slaves, gangster assassin Jacob Frye leads the gang to fight - seeking for justice to help the oppressed working class. Use your improved stealth tactics and your collection of weapons such as the brass knuckles, kukri knife and sword cane. You will lead the underworld full of action, brutal combat and intrigue.