This Assassin’s Creed: Unity Video Details Player Customization, Co-op

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[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQEocdLSgZ8?rel=0&w=700&h=394] Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Assassin's Creed: Unity that details the game's impressive character customization and co-op mode. The narrator, creative director Alex Amancio, states that the French developer gave what fans of the Assassin’s Creed series requested for the most -- a deep customization and progression system tied to solid co-op. Just like RPG games, Assassin’s Creed: Unity allows you to customize your assassin based on his core set of skills -- combat, navigation and stealth -- which can be upgraded with talent and experience points obtained during gameplay. It's also worth mentioning that the game is very non-linear, giving you many in-game options. There are four available classes: 1) Stealth -- enhances your capabilities of moving around undetected; 2) Melee -- revolves around launching attacks that deal high damage; 3) Range -- concerns mainly your parkour skills and ability to kill from above; and 4) Health -- building up your durability to take more hits from enemies before dying. You can also base your weapons on the class and/or specialities you choose. Once satisfied with your custom-tailored assassin, you can take him online to engage in two to four player co-operative missions with your friends. The missions are related to the Brotherhood and take place during key events of the French Revolution. Skills points obtained during missions can be used to specialize your character even further. RELATED: Why no French accents in Assassin's Creed: Unity? Here's is why According to Amancio, while it's possible to complete the co-op missions on your own, doing so would be very difficult without any help. Assassin's Creed: Unity was made exclusively for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is not playable on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or Wii U.

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