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 RUTHLESS NEW HERO FOR A BRUTAL WORLD
Play as Arno, an entirely new breed of Assassin, more lethal than his ancestors. 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, brought to life by the new Anvil engine.
DEEP CUSTOMIZATION MECHANICS TO CRAFT YOUR OWN MASTER ASSASSIN
Craft your own unique play style by choosing your weapons, gear, outfit 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 your way through a stunning full scale, open world city, a feat only possible through the power of the new Anvil engine.
A UNIQUE CO-OP EXPERIENCE YOU MUST PLAY TO BELIEVE
In addition to an epic Singe Player campaign, join up to three friends and experience the online open world of 18th century Paris. Pull off ambitious Heists and take part in unique narrative driven missions designed exclusively for cooperative play. Sabotage an execution. Protect an emperor. Assassinate a Templar agent. But 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.
*Supported Video Cards at Time of Release:
Supported video cards at the time of release: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 or better, GeForce GTX
700 series; AMD Radeon HD7970 or better, Radeon R9 200 series
Note: Laptop versions of these cards may work but are NOT officially supported.
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Have been played this for a long time and i can be sure that this is the best game in assassin's creed series about combat. The combat is fluent and smooth, can be challenging from time to time but with enough practice you can find yourself almost invincible. The combat is definitely harder than other assassin's creed game but i think it's the right way ubisoft chose to go. You are able to customize your character way more than the other games could offer. This includes colors, hoods, belts, etc. While this may not be important to some, it sure can be immersive if one chooses to play that way. One other cool feature is the outfits system. This allows you to unlock classic outfits from the previous games, as well as never before seen outfits. All in all, the customization is great. One new feature is co-op. In this mode you play through a certain mission with another player, and you two must work together to complete it. This can give you the chance to show off your master assassin skills to other players. Not only that, but show off your cool assassin outfit that you customized. The co-op is very fun and very immersive. Now to everything else... well unless you havent played any other games in the series, its the same deal. Aside from the story, everything feels the same in some sort of way. It feels kinda monotnous to the rest of the games. I cant really explain it, just trust me when I say its pulling a call of duty move. (COD move is where each game is basically the same with few minor adjustments) I do reccomend Assassin's Creed Unity, it is very fun and the new features really bring out the creativity the player can utilize.
Unity takes us to Paris two hundred years ago. The city is in my opinion the best advantage of the game. There are a lot of people, buildings are beautiful and architecturally diverse. We can feel that always something is happening in the city. Another pros is greater realism of the world - how the crowd react to us, how people happen. It looks really amazing. Additional tasks have impact on main quests. Is is very nice solution, because sometimes you can do something in other way, because you did another thing in additional quest. It makes the game more fascinating. Graphic is amazing. You can just go for a walk and look at. Storyline is addictive. Disadvantages: - optimalization could be better, - AI sometimes is not so clever. One of the best AC's game in my opinion.
ACU, after all of its initial bugs were fixed, is an astounding game. The visuals are incredible. The size and density of Paris are incredible. Even the strategy and difficulty of combat is appealing. However, that all largely gets overshadowed by poor optimization, a lackluster story, an unlikable main protagonist, and simplistic and slow combat. Combat, in many ways, was one step forward and three steps back. It tried to make combat more strategic and smart but ended up making it clunky and simplistic. Arno came across more as an incompetent fighter than anything else. The story was also too long and had an anti-climatic ending. There also isn't even a reason to explore a quarter of Paris as the story never takes you there. Online coop was interesting, but half-baked and never fully realized. This game had a lot of great ideas, but you could tell its short development cycle crushed what could have been an absolutely perfect game.
New iteration of Assassin's Creed game leads us to late 18th century France. Main character is Arno Dorian son of french aristocrat and assassin that was killed in Versailles when Arno was a little boy. Arno later being adopted by french nobleman Mr. De La Serre, unaware that his adopted father is Grand Master of Templar order, until he is killed and Arno accused for his murder. During the fall of Bastille Arno meets assassin Pierre Bellec and escapes with him, and thats where his assassin "career" starts. During campaign you will have chance to encounter many historically important characters of that era Marquis de Sade, Napoleon Bonaparte, Maximilien de Robespierre and also do some missions to help them. Paris is divided on couple of different parts, and many of famous buildings and monuments are historically very accurate. Game looks amazing, but is very poorly optimized, and will not run smoothly even on high end machines. Second bad thing are bugs that you will be encountering more than often, making some (luckily secondary) quests unachievable. Game also has a bad habit kicking you back to the desktop from time to time, but for ones that have strong nerves it will provide many hours of fun. As in previous games you can collect the funds to upgrade your home/safe house, buy new, stronger types of weapons and armor, and unlock legendary equipment. With this historical surrounding and idea this game much bigger potential, but some things had to be polished and fixed before game release. In this stadium game is still above average, but far away from top games in this period.
Personally, though many call Unity to be a massive letdown for the Assassin's Creed series, it's actually quite a solid entry. The story, though not as great as its predecessors, is not a disappointment. The game itself features new concepts like clothing and weaponry customization and includes new melee and ranged weaponry. However, the greatest weapon in Unity's arsenal is Paris itself. The game makes Paris come alive in all its glory and I had loads of fun going through the throngs of Parisians, swarming the beautiful city. AC Unity also balances enemies, making it no longer possible to take out hordes upon hordes of unfortunate guards armed with nothing but your phantom blade. Now, you need to acquire better weapons and armor to take on tougher enemies. All in all, if you want to visit Paris during one of its most tumultuous periods and to help stop Templar tyranny behind it, then I'd recommend getting it.
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