AC Unity Trailer Showcases Game’s Open World, Side Quests

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Assassin’s Creed Unity Paris city Assassin’s Creed Unity has received another trailer, this time showcasing the game’s open world setting in eighteenth century Paris, as well as the open world activities players will be able to engage in. Co-op heists and murder mysteries are just a few of the gameplay features AC Unity has in store for you. According to Assassin’s Creed Unity creative director Alex Amancio, developer Ubisoft wanted to deliver a fully systemic city that faithfully represents eighteenth century Paris, a city brimming with a unique cast of characters, beautiful locations and a wide scope of activity. We can expect “dozens of hours of side missions gameplay.” MUST READ: Why No French Accents in Assassin’s Creed Unity? This is Why Watch the trailer: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-h8me2zrRw?rel=0&showinfo=0&w=800&h=394] In the video, Amancio illuminates Murder Mysteries, a brand new type of side quests that has players investigate crimes like a detective, finding clues, putting them together and then deciding if the accused is innocent or guilty. Solving crimes successfully unlocks unique rewards. MUST SEE: Assassin’s Creed Unity Trailer Presents Game’s Characters Another feature he touches on is the Contract system, which has evolved from the system in the previous Assassin’s Creed game. Instead of just going around and killing the people you are paid to kill, Contracts are now fully narrative quests, allowing you to deal with them any way you want. Also shown in the trailer is Co-op Heists, a gameplay mode that requires you and your friends to infiltrate areas that are almost impossible to access in an attempt to reach specified loot undetected. These can be played as many times as you feel like, since guard paths, layouts and the loot location are randomized every time you start a new session. ALSO READ: The First Assassin’s Creed inspired Assassin’s Creed Unity Finally, we see ‘Cafe Theatre’ (pronounced with a French accent), which is very similar to the Montereggioni Villa in Assassin’s Creed 2. In other words, it is the central hub for Assassin activities, including accessing social features, character customization, viewing your trophies, and more. After watching the video from beginning to end, let us know what you thought about it. Is Assassin’s Creed Unity your type of game? Remember, you can play AC Unity only on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The game is not available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U.

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