Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity just got itself a new Hollywood-sequel action story trailer filled with revolution, conspiracy and plights for redemption. The teaser trailer shows the Assassin hero overlooking an execution by guillotine, and in the E3 trailer the Assassins end up throwing their target to the crowd to be executed. The first gameplay trailer ends with a nobleman getting decapitated by a mob, which are promptly placing his head on a pike.
The E3 trailer has a group of them holding a party as an angry mob is breaking into the property. And the film is a more interesting promotional concept than the standard video game trailer. This level of graphics finesse and gameplay action is accurate as far as we can judge it with the Xbox One demo edition we played last month.
The second trailer has Arno taking out an officer the same way Altair did in the original Assassin’s Creed trailer. The Unity DLC Dead Kings is described as being the darkest story told in the franchise yet, and St. Denis has a much darker feel compared to Paris. Decapitation Presentation: The target of the E3 trailer ends up having this done to him along with a few other unlucky aristocrats at the end.
Gaming fans have been waiting for Assassin’s Creed Unity for a while now, but the release date of the game has been postponed to a later date. Much like previous games, Assassin’s Creed Unity will feature historical figures in its story like the infamous Napoleon Bonaparte and famous French revolutionary politician and libertine, Marquis De Sade. The former now finally seems to be historically accurate in his height for once from his appearance in the trailer. But this deft flow is exactly what Assassin’s Creed is all about. Don’t hesitate to download Assassin’s Creed Unity to experience Ubisoft’s masterpiece.
The main protagonist in Assassin’s Creed Unity is Arno Victor Dorian. According to developers, Paris will be the biggest map of the series, dwarfing the combined island landmasses of the Caribbean in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and providing far and away the biggest city in the series (with Rome in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood holding the previous record), very closely approximating the Paris of the late 18th Century, boasting of a 1:1 representation of Notre Dame de Paris.
As for the gameplay of this franchise’s fifth installment, the trailer has convinced many that this will be an epic game. Not only does the gameplay trailer show how graphically beautiful the background and architecture are, the details of the characters are very impressive, too. There’s also the new fighting system, crowd manipulation technique, cover system, and better character customization.
Assassin’s Creed Unity will be the first to feature co-operative play that supports up to 4-players playing simultaneously during specific campaign missions and side-missions. These debates the Ubisoft spokesman is referring to is what version of the game looks better compared with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Xbox gets Division DLC first before the competition.
Ubisoft is now ready to show players what kind of customization they can expect to see in Unity. And yes, Assassin’s Creed Unity will be something worth to remember!