Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed has been ported to the PC several months after appearing on the PS3 and 360, but the port has introduced more flaws than it has solved.
Although the PC version features a higher resolution for those with capable video cards and monitors (1680×1050 or 1900×1200), users have been complaining about a number of technical issues:
- High graphics requirements
- Graphics woes with Nvidia series 8 cards
- Random crashes apparently connected to the game pinging a server
- Tedious exiting procedure taking as long as 80+ seconds
- Unskippable cinematics
For PC gamers used to customization and freedom, the constraints have been a disappointment, although many have emphasized they enjoy the core gameplay and free roaming aspect of ambling around Acre.
Sources: Gamespot.com, Ars Technica