Assassin's Creed Unity has had a pretty rough go of it since it was released in early November, but its latest patch seems to be the light at the end of the tunnel. (Or, at least, Ubisoft says it is.)

In a recent post on its Live Update website, Ubisoft talks about what new updates it's bringing to Unity and what this means for its players. Patch 4 will bring not only improvements to the framerate to Assassin's Creed Unity, but also additional fixes. Ubisoft is hoping that the game crashes after loading your save will be fixed (although it does have a current workaround that's detailed on its website), as well as the Error CE-34878-0, where the game freezes or crashes after loading your save. The difference is the latter is specific to PlayStation 4. Also to be fixed in the patch are legacy recognition issues and companion app issues, which include restoration of lost Premiums, synchronization issues, "no assassin" glitches, missions with inexplicable fails and lost progress.

While the team at Ubisoft is still looking to progress further and be able to come out with updates that will provide new content, it's also making sure all the glitches are fixed on its game first. Hopefully by the time Christmas rolls around, people who get the game as a gift will be able to play straight out of the box with few issues.