Assassin’s Creed Origins Patch 1.1.0 Download Available Today With Nightmare Difficulty Mode
Assassin’s Creed Origins patch 1.1.0 will be released today and according to information published on Ubisoft’s official forum, it will weigh approximately 3GB on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. However, no information has been given on how much data PC users will have to download.
With this update, you will be able to try the new Nightmare difficulty mode. From December 19, you will have the chance to defeat all three gods in a new event that will give you access to a hidden mission – the developer emphasizes.
The list of updates 1.1.0 to Assassin’s Creed Origins is, of course, huge and a full list can be found on this page. The update will add support for HDR on a PC or fix a problem with the prosecution on NVIDIA cards.
In addition, after controversies related to the downgrade of the game after its premiere, we can now expect improvements in graphics. Today’s patch is supposed to be a recipe for cut details, it will increase the view range and take care of shading. In general, Assassin’s Creed Origins will look better than yesterday. However, will additional improvements affect performance? We’ll see.
In addition to the update, Ubisoft has one more information for players: “Due to unforeseen technical issues we were not able to include the Update to the Heka Chests item pool in the December Title Update as previously stated in this article. We’re currently targeting to add the items from the Nightmare and First Civilization packs, as well as the upcoming Gladiator and Wacky packs, to the Heka Chest item pool in January 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.
In the meantime, the referenced December title update (Title Update 1.1.0 patch notes) will be available tomorrow. In this update you will be able to try the new Horde Mode, and starting on December 19th you will have the chance to fight all three gods in our Triple Gods event, as well as access a surprise quest. We hope you will enjoy these new free activities.”