The PC version of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag isn't released yet, but if you got 2 hair strands for a brain, you'll be able to find the complete PC game online (not that we condone piracy, just saying). And for those who have downloaded it have found a surprise package waiting inside (it isn't the cops). ACIV for PC ships with a day-one patch, details of which haven't been announced by Ubisoft as of yet. But why wait? We have the complete changelog for update v1.1, and it's quite tasty.
-Added 4k monitors support
-The "Reload" option and the "R" key is now available in the controls menu
-Major performance increase in Multiplayer
-Improved multi-GPU support
-Improved multi-monitor support
-Render bug fixes and optimization
-Fixed various minor UI issues
-Fixed various minor input issues
-Fixed various minor freezes
Perhaps the key new feature is support for 4K monitors. Gaming enthusiasts are going to love exploring the sea in all its glory by hooking up a couple of quad-HD monitors side-by-side. Meanwhile, optimizations have resulted in improved performance in multiplayer mode, as well as in dual-GPU and multi-monitor modes. ACIV: Black Flag for PC is slated to be released by the end of November, 2013.