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Assassin’s Creed III Remastered Patch Fixes Lighting and ‘Creepy’ Teeth



Ubisoft has released patch 1.03 for Assassin’s Creed III Remastered on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, which adjusts lighting in cutscenes to improve the look of characters.

One of the biggest issues of the remastered versions was how characters’ teeth looked in cutscenes, with many players finding the teeth ‘creepy’.

With the introduction of the new patch, characters in cutscenes look more like they are in dim lighting from the original game, thus making the game feel more realistic to the historic setting.

The patch is a long-awaited resolution to one of the first bugs players encountered in Assassin’s Creed III Remastered. Players started to comment about this on forums when the game launched in March.

Ubisoft’s first post-launch update—patch 1.02—did not fix the harsh lighting and weird teeth issue therefore leaving players feeling frustrated by the lack of communication.

Assassin’s Creed games have an infamous reputation with buggy releases, so the opportunity to revisit one of the most controversial games in the series will be welcomed with open-arms.

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Steve is based in Scotland, UK. His two passions are journalism and gaming and has written for other publications before joining OnlySP. He mainly plays RPG and Action/Adventure games on consoles, and has some expertise of game development litigation including loot boxes.

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Tim Schafer: No Plans for Brutal Legend 2, but ‘Never Say Never’



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Double Fine’s heavy-metal mashup, Brutal Legend, has gone some time without a proper sequel and Double Fine head Tim Schafer thinks there is still some waiting to do.

During a press Q&A session at E3 2019, Schafer was asked about the possibility of a sequel to the Jack Black-starring action-adventure game. Though Schafer says Double Fine would like to move on to something new first, a sequel may certainly still happen.

“That’s a fun universe, too, that I’d love to back to, but now we’ve been in sequel mode for a few years and it’d be nice to do something new…but never say never.”

Schafer commented on the possibility of a Brutal Legend 2 two years back, stating that fans will eventually see a sequel. During that same report, Schafer teased that Brutal Legend 2 would be an expensive game to make.

This most recent update at least reaffirms Schafer’s fondness for the series, even if the Double Fine team wants a break from sequels.

Brutal Legend released to generally strong reviews, with many praising its comedy and unique world.

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