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Ubisoft Responds To Assassin's Creed 2 Remastered Glitches, Including That NPC With Big Eyes

By Chaps , Nov 24, 2016 04:40 AM EST
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When the Ezio Collection for Assassin's Creed rolled out, it made a stir on the internet. Naturally when there's a game, there are certain bugs. Remasters are not an exemption either. Ubisoft has taken a shot at explaining what actually happened behind the plethora of viral videogames about their latest remaster producing glitches.

A video uploaded by Polygon on YouTube clearly showcases numerous glitches and one really creepy guy with huge eyes. Of course this video went viral in no time. A report on EuroGamer.com expresses that there are still several climbing glitches that happen infrequently even on the previous generation versions. The report points out that if these glitches were already existing, why didn't Ubisoft detect this before they even thought of launching the remastered versions?

Ubisoft's Statement about the claimed glitches:

Ubisoft has now stepped up to explain what happened on those viral videos. For the guy with the creepy face and huge eyes, the NPC in question is randomly generated. The graphics aspect of the game is also defended as Ubisoft claims that it does not in any way affect the core gameplay.

"The NPC in question only appears in Sequence 1, Memory 1 in Assassin's Creed 2 and is randomly generated, appearing infrequently,...The graphics issue does not affect the core gameplay of Assassin's Creed The Ezio Collection."

Information from a YouTube video by SupJamChan also has backed up Ubisoft's defense as he proves that the creepy guy with big eyes is really random generated, at times he loads as a fat guy with receding hair, sometimes another character with a yet another creepy look.

But the said YouTuber didn't just post in defense to the creepy guy face glitch as he also points out other glitches that are still unexplained. See the video below for further analysis and Kudos to the kid with the neutral approach for his investigation. What do you think about this issue? Leave us a comment below.

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