Assassin's Creed: Unity's Multiple Mission Approaches, Solo Play and Custom Gear - Video Interview

Assassin's Creed: Unity's Multiple Mission Approaches, Solo Play and Custom Gear - Video Interview

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Richard Walker

This year will see two Assassin's Creed games heading to market, with AC: Rogue hitting PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, while Assassin's Creed: Unity will be coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But what sets Unity apart from its previous-gen counterparts?

We took a few minutes to discuss the new-gen Assassin's Creed with Senior Producer, Vincent Pontbriand, focusing upon what more powerful hardware has enabled the team to achieve. Namely, its crowds of thousands, its new online co-operative play, multiple approaches to missions, improved social stealth and more.

Give our video interview a watch below to find out loads more about Assassin's Creed: Unity, ahead of its since delayed launch date of November 11th in North America and November 13th in Europe. You'll find our hands-on preview here.


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  • This might be a trend with them making two AC games a year, one that sticks with the roots, and one with pirate ships. I wouldn't necessarily mind it, but I would imagine it being hard to throw that pirate ship feature behind them. I did like AC4 alot but I do miss the traditional gameplay which Unity looks to have.
  • @1 if you followed the news at all from ubisoft you would know that rogue is the last current gen game to be made for AC and that is why there is 2 released they have no plans to keep doing 2 games as it would cost way to much money
  • @2 Probably right. But I may be wrong here, but I do remember Ubisoft saying they are going to keep on supporting the last gen consoles in the next couple of years or so. Ubisoft has 2 maybe 3 AC teams. It's possible that they could make more AC games twice a year. But I wouldn't be 100% sure about it though. It will depend how sales for Rogue does this year
  • yea lol sucks
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