Assassin’s Creed II Patch Now Live in Europe

December 10, 2009Written by Zak Islam


Many of the millions who have been playing Assassin’s Creed II, may have noticed a few bugs and glitches in the game. For those that have been frustrated with the bugs, Ubisoft has a patch available to make amends the number of issues with the popular platformer.

European PlayStation 3 owners should be enjoying the luxury of  a glitch free Assassin’s Creed 2. Ubisoft has announced the first patch is now live in Europe and a North American patch will shortly follow in the day.

These are the most notable issues which have been fixed:


After the player has resolved a glyph (when the unlock code message appears), if the player presses A and B (for 360, X and O on PS3) repeatedly and quickly, the video will appear in full screen, and he will get stuck in “the truth menu”.

Fast Travel

Some feedback states that Ezio loses the ability to interact with the fast travel stations.

Free roaming/Parkour

In extremely rare occasions a bug allows Ezio to walk on air.

Auditore Cape

When first equipping or re-equipping the Auditore cape, users in the Villa become notorious even if the cape description says otherwise.

Altaïr’s armour

While wearing Altair’s armour the game crashes when performing multiple consecutive double assassinations.


The game occasionally crashes if the player dies in Toscana, the player is stuck in the animus loading screen.


Ezio and NPCs may get stuck beneath map if pushed in water.

Animus Loading Screen

There were reports of the game crashing while the player is in the Animus loading screen

Many of the missions ranging from 1-7 also have been fixed.

We’ll keep you updated when the NA update is live.

Head over to our Review of Assassin’s Creed II, for our thoughts of what we thought of Ubisoft’s latest installment in the series.