Assassin’s Creed: Unity Preview – Traditional Assassin’s action for four




Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag was a success. Pirates game scored high marks and worldwide consumers liked a lot better than its predecessor, Assassin’s Creed III. However, there was criticism exist on the choices made by Ubisoft. The American Revolution and the pirates setting customized according to fans of the franchise too little Assassin’s Creed. The series is part of a large, sprawling city, they say. For the fan, the French publisher this year is excellent news, because Assassin’s Creed: Unity is set in Paris.

This choice is obviously not fall from the sky. Since the game took place in several Italian cities buzzing around the question when Ubisoft Assassin’s Creed would bring. To his home city of Paris Also Ubisoft itself has long looked forward to the French capital. The French Revolution lends itself perfectly for an Assassin’s Creed game. But that revolution was accompanied by masses of people on the street, and it’s not easy to get., In a game in a beautiful way It is mainly why Ubisoft has waited until now to make his debut in Assassin’s Creed Paris.

The result can already see that the timing has been good. From the first moment we protagonist Arno Dorian seen walking through the Paris crowds impress. According to Ubisoft a few thousand people would possibly be simultaneously imaged if it seems that does not really happen in practice. Nevertheless: the square where Arno paves its way through is filled with at least a few hundred people, and that makes the Parisian streets busy enough.

That large numbers would not make such an impression as the level of detail in the people themselves were not remarkably high. You’re not looking at a few hundred generic citizens, but for individuals who are busy with their lives. One joins a group that is diametrically opposed to a line of soldiers, another attempt with his wife to the feet and another watching. Consternation all relatively calm weather Livelier than this Paris’ve never seen cities in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, and we even doubt whether there has ever been a game that has done better.

The French Revolution was a struggle between rich and poor, but in Unity there is of course more than that going on. You can guess which side the Assassins and Templars are, and that is evident from the images that we saw at E3. Arno hunts Templars, but he can shoot the common man to help in his fight against the elite. The rest of the story behind the setting and what exactly drives Arno in his yacht is not yet clear, but the proportions are somewhat outlined.


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