Assassin’s Creed® Unity
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Paris, 1789. The French Revolution turns a once-magnificent city into a place of terror and chaos. Its cobblestone streets run red with the blood of commoners who dared to rise up against the oppressive aristocracy. As the nation tears itself apart, a young man named Arno will embark on an extraordinary journey to expose the true powers behind the Revolution. His pursuit will throw him into the middle of a ruthless struggle for the fate of a nation, and transform him into a true Master Assassin.
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 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. 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 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. A reinvented fighting system provides a richer combat experience based on skill, timing, and flow. Enhanced stealth gameplay, including a new stealth mode, cover system, and crowd-manipulation techniques. Stay hidden, stalk your prey, and strike without warning.
DEEP CUSTOMIZATION MECHANICS TO CRAFT YOUR OWN 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. The city is packed full of activities that will captivate for hours. Witness the chaos of the French Revolution firsthand and become immersed in the realistic, systemic crowds of up to 5,000 AI-driven characters.
Three steps back from Black FlagCorax_E | June 1, 2015 | See all Corax_E's reviews »
This is properly my least favorite Assassins Creed game. While it does look great and the detail of Paris is impressive. The game does more things wrong than right. First of all this is the first AC with a online element part of the single-player experience, instead of just a separate multiplayer part. Lots of items are gated forcing the player to join and compete in guilds if they want the best items and do cooperative missions as well. On top of that there in game micro-transactions and boosters. The combat has also taking a step back from AC: Black Flag, it feels less responsive and the added enemy levels doesn't work well. The voice acting is good, the animation properly better but the story is uninteresting even though it almost has no present time moments.
A broken mess, now fixed, still a bland gamesycomantis1991 | May 29, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »
It's been a while since a worthwhile Assassin's Creed came out. As someone who refused to throw any money at the franchise (at least full price money on release), I reveled in how terrible it was on release. Luckily, I got a chance to play it when it was still a broken mess. It was actually fun to play just to see what would happen next. Now that it's been patched up, it's an average if dull experience that looks nice enough to be worth looking at for a small amount of time.
ShamefulBrownninja97 | May 27, 2015 | See all Brownninja97's reviews »
This is likely the ugly duckling of the series, its a step back. While the storyline is typhical AC quality which means decent or serviceable the issue here is bugs and performance, these two make it impossible for me to enjoy the game. Its down to the point that changing the setting doesnt make the game look any better for me, also the game crashes a lot, i get frame drops all over the place and for no real reason. females and or males will spawn with the opposite genders body parts. This all breaks it out of emersion, it feels like a early access steam game. For these reasons i can't recommend the game, its a real shame.
IncredibleShaide | Feb. 15, 2015 | See all Shaide's reviews »
A lot of people have experienced what they say are game breaking bugs. I however have not encountered these bugs. Maybe I am just lucky? Who can say. I did encounter some lag bug issues. It's an annoyance, but wasn't game breaking. I'm not keen on the setting though! I've never been interested in the French revolution. However while the setting seemed boring to me, the graphics and sound are amazing, and the character of Arno is interesting! Overall I am quite pleased with this instalment of the series.
Avoid at all costs. Buggy derivative mess.Takwin | Feb. 8, 2015 | See all Takwin's reviews »
As of February 2015, this game still has bugs that causes crashing and other odd things to happen. Ubisoft sold an unfinished game that needed many months more testing. As for the game itself, it is the same old derivative crap, flat characters, uninteresting story, simple combat, and stupid collectibles. The parkour is improved and combat is better for sure, but they still aren't even close to as good as Shadow of Mordor. I really think this will be the last time I am tricked by Ubisoft unless the next one gets rounds of 9's and 10's and is certified bug free. Therefore, I'll likely never play another Assassin's Creed in my lifetime.