Ass Creed PS3 patch soon

To deal with "freeze issues".

Ubisoft has said to expect a patch for Assassin's Creed on PlayStation 3 "as soon as possible".

The patch will deal with "freeze issues" affecting "some consumers" trying to play Ubisoft Montreal's latest - and the UK's current chart-topper.

"This update will help improve the stability of the game and will be released as soon as possible," the bits of the forum post made by the publisher's UK community manager that we haven't quoted in paragraphs one and two added.

"In the meantime thank you for your ongoing feedback and patience."

Which is of course followed by lots of people saying things like "I'm don't believe it till I see it" and so on.

One good question was whether or not the update will be downloadable away from the PlayStation Network, since that facility is available on PS3 for firmware updates, but at the time of writing Ubisoft hasn't responded to that particular query.

We'll let you know when the patch goes live. For more on the enjoyable, albeit rather repetitive Assassin's Creed, turn your eyes to our Assassin's Creed review.

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