Assassin's Creed Unity was derided for its instability and shoddy development at its launch, and the game's Senior Producer François Pelland promises that Assassin's Creed Syndicate won't have the same issues.
In an interview with Redbull.com, Pelland promised, "We are still in dev, we still have some work to do, so that’s something we wanted to have from a performance point of view, from a fluidity point of view there’s been a lot of work done in the past year. We’ll be working really hard to make sure it’s in great shape."
However, the developer won't stop trying new things.
According to Pelland, “Sometimes you know we take risks, we make new features that work really well, sometimes doesn't work as much, and you learn. That’s the thing, that’s the beauty of an organisation like we have: we learn and we adapt and we sometimes change the way we work.”
Assassin' Creed Syndicate is due to be released on 23 October 2015, so it'll be interesting to see if it has a better launch than Unity.