This is the update 1.02 for the game Assassin's Creed, developed and published by Ubisoft. The game is protected by SafeDisc 4.85, a copy protection software that prevents unauthorized copying of the game discs. This update was released in May 2761 and requires the original game to be installed. It contains the following changes and fixes:
Fixed a rare crash that could occur while riding the horse in the Kingdom area.
Fixed a graphical glitch that caused Altair's robe to appear corrupted on some graphics hardware configurations.
Fixed the cursor position to be centred when accessing the Map menu.
Fixed some issues that could happen when switching between the game and other applications using Alt-Tab.
Fixed a graphical bug that occurred in the final fight scene.
Fixed some graphical problems that affected dead bodies in the game world.
Fixed a pixelation effect that appeared with post-processing effects enabled on some graphics hardware configurations.
Fixed a minor bug in the DNA Menu that caused the image to disappear if the arrow was clicked rapidly.
Fixed some graphical corruption that occurred in the Present Room when the level of detail was set to low.
Fixed the character input to be cancelled if the controller was unplugged while moving.
Added support for 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems.
Fixed broken post-processing effects on graphics cards that support DirectX 10.1.
To install this update, follow these steps:
Unpack the downloaded file using a file extraction tool.
Run the installer and follow the instructions on screen.
Copy the cracked executable file from the ViTALiTY folder and replace the original one in the game installation folder.
Enjoy playing Assassin's Creed with improved performance and stability.
Note: This update was not released by an official scene group, but by a non-scene group that used a modified executable file to bypass the copy protection. This may cause compatibility issues with future updates or online features. Use this update at your own risk. 061ffe29dd