Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag 1.03 Patch out Now with Problems

By Ivan Staraj – 22nd November 2013
Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag 1.03 Patch out Now with Problems

PlayStation 4 version of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag has received the version 1.03 patch after Ubisoft released it. Apart from adding a native 1080p resolution to the game, the patch has been said to address various display and graphical issues. Ubisoft and Sony had made promises to the effect that Black Flag would run at native 1080p. This was to happen when it would come in the form of a post-release update. Since the native resolution was 900p, the update of Assassin’s Creed 4 would be released to upgrade it to 1080p.


The release of the patch has had various advantages to gamers. For instance, issues related with the game hanging or performing poorly would come to an end once the patch has been installed. It would mean players will no longer have to worry about the performance of the game. Since the game was released, users have been having problems when they were playing it or trying to access it. The fact that the patch has been released a few days after the Assassin’s Creed 4 was released is news that will make gamers happy. 


The update was released recently and gamers were excited to resolve issues with their games. Unfortunately, things did not go as smooth as players thought they would be. Since the update’s release, there have been reports of some problems with the game. According to some fans on NeoGaf, and Ubisoft forums, there have been a whole set of issues arising since the release of the update.


One of the users stated that they had issues logging into the servers immediately after they installed the patch. Another said that they did not only have problems logging into the servers, but also getting the game to run in native 1080p once they had successfully logged in. Unfortunately, Ubisoft has not yet released any details pertaining to the issues users are currently facing. Once they do, we will ensure we have it here for you. Meanwhile, we encourage any comments you may have on Assassin’s Creed 4.

  • Jeremy Meginn

    Uhh, this was completely uninformative.