The assassin, Arno, is our new hero in the new Assassin’s Creed: Unity on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Set in the 19th Century French Revolution, our new assassin hunts down Templars through the streets of various cities of France. The game has seen a couple new face lifts to it’s presentation with graphical overlays outlining new missions and detailing the difficulty level one will encounter in real time. The action flows a bit smoother as well. Most visibly improved are the details on each building and the huge number of crowds with unique NPCs visible on the screen.
In addition to these things, there are the usual additions to the customizable arsenals of the assassin. Earlier in the day, Ubisoft also showed off the new 4 player co-op feature for coordinating missions.
Here is some information on the new co-op mode for Assassin’s Creed: Unity from earlier and we’ll share more of the footage as it becomes available:
Assassin’s Creed: Unity will be available this coming holiday 2014.
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