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- UNIQUE CO-OP EXPERIENCE YOU MUST PLAY TO BELIEVE: In addition to an epic single-player campaign, join with up to three friends online and experience the open world of 18th-century Paris
- A RUTHLESS NEW HERO FOR A BRUTAL WORLD: Play as Arno, an entirely new breed of Assassin, and take down your prey with a range of new weapons such as the Phantom Blade, a hidden blade with crossbow capabilities
- BRAND-NEW PARKOUR, COMBAT, AND STEALTH GAMEPLAY: Enjoy an unprecedented degree of freedom and control over your Assassin. Full motion control with new parkour mechanics for free running up, across, and down city walls and buildings
- DEEP CUSTOMIZATION OF ARNO, THE MASTER ASSASSIN: Craft a unique play style by choosing weapons, gear, outfits, and specialized skills. Mix and match from hundreds of possible combinations and build your stealth, fighting, and navigation abilities
- DISCOVER REVOLUTIONARY PARIS, BROUGHT TO LIFE AS NEVER BEFORE: Carve through the stunning full-scale open world city, a feat only made possible through the power of an all-new game engine
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Assassin’s Creed Unity
For centuries, France has been ruled by the privileged few. No longer. On this day, the people of Paris have risen up against tyranny. Now, in the midst of one of history’s most chaotic and brutal revolutions, the fate of a nation rests on the edge of the Assassin’s blade.
Introducing Assassin’s Creed Unity, the next-gen evolution of the blockbuster franchise powered by an all-new game engine. From the storming of the Bastille to the execution of King Louis XVI, experience the French Revolution as never before, and help the people of France carve an entirely new destiny.
A Co-Op Experience You Must Play To Believe
In addition to an epic single-player campaign, play with up to 4 players online and experience the open world of 18th-century Paris together. Pull ambitious heists and take part in unique narrative-driven missions designed exclusively for co-op play. Sabotage an execution. Protect an emperor. Assassinate a Templar agent. Victory won’t be easy; you and your lethal band must rely on communication, coordination, and diverse skills to accomplish your missions, then vanish into the shadows.
A Ruthless New Hero for a Brutal World
Full Motion Control Parkour
Enjoy unprecedented freedom and control over your Assassin with new parkour mechanics for free running up, across, and down city walls and buildings.
A deeper fighting system provides a richer combat experience based on skill, timing, and flow.
Master improved stealth gameplay, including a new stealth mode, cover system, and crowd-manipulation techniques.
Deep Customization of the Master Assassin
Craft a unique play style by choosing weapons, gear, outfits, and specialized skills. Mix and match from hundreds of possible combinations and build your stealth, fighting, and navigation abilities from a new, expansive skill tree. Become the ultimate Master Assassin.
Discover Revolutionary Paris, Brought to Life as Never Before
Carve through the stunning full-scale open world city, a feat only made possible through the power of an all-new game engine. Explore detailed building interiors and discover secret catacombs and sewers. Embark on ancestral missions, treasure hunts, murder mysteries, contracts, and more. Witness the chaos of the French Revolution firsthand and become immersed in the realistic, systemic crowds of up to 5,000 AI-driven characters.
Assassin's Creed Unity - Limited Edition - Xbox One
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The graphics were very nice and the cities were full of people and activity. The cities were huge and beautiful though!!! I thought it was easy because you can earn money very quickly, and then purchase upgraded weapons. By Sequence 3 (there's 12 in all) I had armor and weapons that were rated 4 out 5 (5 being the best). So I was able to just mop people up, heal during the battles, and then loot more medicine off them. That was my game plan, and I did it the rest of the way with not much trouble.
I did like the variety of weapons and armor you can purchase and obtain. I'm not disappointed I played this because I am fan of the AC series, but I don't see myself playing this again. I actually rank this slightly better than AC III - which I thought was horrible. Of course I just came off AC IV and Rogue, and those are some of the best AC games, so this one would be hard to compete with those. But, I don't know, it's cheap, it's AC, so it's worth giving it a try I guess.
Now, what I did not like the game is where they tried to make it like many other games. You earn points for completing storyline missions and you use the points to "purchase" skills, such as double assassinations, health upgrades, grenades, etc. That's the lazy way of doing this. In the previous games, you had to "learn" how to do these, or they were just available to you from the start. Having a point system in which to purchase your skills is rather silly in a game where knowledge and tactics play a huge role. It cheapens the overall experience, honestly.
New improvements are an improved free run which includes for the first time the ability to free run down a building instead of up. This makes it quick and easy to descend from the tallest building back down to ground level without having to lumber down without jumping to your death. And on the flip side of this, the free running can be very touchy. You'll find Arno doing precisely what you didn't want him to do. You'll often find yourself yelling "Get off the dang ledge/fence/cart/window!". I've had a number of mission attempts ruined because Arno decided to reveal himself in plain view of numerous enemies by climbing or dropping when I was trying to do the opposite.
Despite these shortcomings, it's still an Assassin's Creed game at heart and fans of the series, like myself, will find enjoyment in it. It's just not on the same level as say AC2 or AC4. They made a lot of the same type of mistakes they made in AC3 that made it not as good as it could have been, but you'll still have fun playing it.