Ubisoft’s community manager has confirmed that Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate has two day-one patches.

Community manager Gabe Graziani confirmed via Reddit that Ubisoft’s upcoming installment in the Creed franchise will have patches, but they won’t be as big as the community has been complaining about. The two patches are said to total just over 1GB together.

He wrote that the patches, titled 1.10 and 1.11 respectively, will come in at 541MB and then 534MB (again, respectively). This was largely in response to claims that the patches would be coming in at a hefty 18GB, which Graziani simply replied to with “not sure where 18GB came from.”

This is especially welcome when the other day one patch in the news at the moment is Halo 5: Guardians’ whopping 9GB day one patch just to add in the multiplayer content.

You can start joining the Syndicate of Jacob and Evie Frye come October 23rd on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and PC players can join November 19. There’s also free copies of the PC version with purchases of Samsung monitors or SSDs.

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