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Assassin's Creed Unity by UbiSoft






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Assassin's Creed Unity is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 112.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: UbiSoft
  • Developer: UbiSoft
  • Category: Action , Adventure

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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.


  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

    Important Information:

    If you are a fan of the Assassin's Creed franchise, check out all the latest Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection games and accessories available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 now.

    Rated 1 out of 5 by from
    Date published: 2017-04-18
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Least Favorite AC Version Yet I've played just about all of the different versions in this franchise and this one ranks as the worst one I've played yet. I say this for three main reasons: 1) gameplay/controls, 2)overkill of searchables and 3)resets. So 1) gameplay is clunky, similar to the american revolution version from a few years back. I recently finished Syndicate and found that to be far superior in terms of controls and enemy engagement. In Unity, the parry/counters are too slow and not fluid at all (compared to other versions). Plus the enemy takes your health way too quickly. 2) How many searchable items and missions do you really need? Come on, anyone that has played any of the original AC games; those featured fewer searchables the games were still original and fun. Unity has multiple colored chests, many of which I could not figure out how to open. That coupled with other graphics, it was more than was necessary. Again, simple is fine. 3) In most of the versions I've played, if you make significant progress on a mission, the game resets you to a reasonable checkpoint. In Unity, if you fail a mission (even if you are hairs away from finishing it), the game resets you ALL the WAY BACK to the beginning of the mission. Thanks! Sorry, there are just better versions of Assassins Creed.
    Date published: 2016-12-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool This game has a cool story-line, great customization options, but its kind of hard on some missions, like really hard. i dont like how if you run by an enemy if you arent in a mission it attacks you but overall good game.
    Date published: 2016-12-07
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh It wasn't as bad as people made it out to be, but it wasn't the best AC. It's alright. Dead Kings is fun.
    Date published: 2016-11-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Shameful to be an AC game.. I like to play AC game every now and then, i saw the trailer and thought that it was amazing until i bought the game. After i went home and played it, i was really disappointed. It glitches A LOT and the graphics looked weird i couldn't last, i took it out and returned it. If you want a new AC game go for AC Syndicate..
    Date published: 2016-10-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Unity in AWESOME To say that I am obsessed with this game would be an understatement. I played the first Assassin's Creed on PS3 and then Assassin's Creed III on Xbox 360. I enjoyed them both - but somehow let the other games fall through my fingertips. I had to renew my Gamestop PowerUp subscription and decided to pick up another game as well and since this was under 10 bucks I decided to give it a try. WOW. So glad I did! By far my favorite AC game (granted, I need to play all of the others to make an unbiased opinion...but still!) - the graphics are AMAZING. The story line is interesting and on point. The missions though? Perfect. A little more challenging than I remember in previous games but so much fun. Arno, the protagonist, is a memorable character who has some pretty awesome outfits to boot. I love how you can choose to continue the story or work on side missions without really losing progress. My favorite part about this game, however? The opportunity to play co-op missions for a break in single player monotony. If you get tired of running the same mission over and over, you can join a co-op mission for a break. IT'S REFRESHING. The graphics are stunning! So detailed and brilliant. I can't believe there are so many negative reviews on this game in existence. It's much better than Assassin's Creed III (which I enjoyed but didn't obsess over). I picked this game up to keep me occupied until Dishonored 2 but I am having so much fun right now, Dishonored 2 might have to wait.
    Date published: 2016-10-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game I will preface my review by stating that the only experience I have with this series is a brief one. I played the first game for a short bit, and tired of it before I really even got started. I loved the concept, but it just did not click for me. So, I avoided this series until recently. My tastes as a casual gamer as I've gotten older have shifted from mostly sports games over to RPG's (mostly action oriented ones). I played Dragon Age Inquisition and Witcher 3 both to completion, and beyond. I love both of these games. I also played The Order 1886, and became intrigued by time period/history story line based games. I've yet to get to the conclusion of Unity yet, but I have no doubt I will complete the story, and then some. I've had very little in terms of technical issues so far. Only a couple of instances of getting stuck in the air flailing my arms...but, that's no worse than issues I saw in DAI or Witcher 3. I love the characters, and the story line so far. I'm part way thru Sequence 9, and it's been a great ride so far. I love the amount of customization that is allowed to you for your Arno. And, for those saying he's a weak character, I personally disagree. Presentation in this game is excellent, with a great flow. I'll catch grief for this, but I think it's near the level of Witcher 3 with regards to presentation. Story-wise, it's good...nothing I've played so far can top Witcher 3's story...but, Unity is great nonetheless. Great variety of side-missions, weapons, and ways to tackle all missions. You really can carve your own personal path in this game. I'd likely give this game a 9.3 or so...but, rounding up to 10 to help with the overall score to help counteract the silly negative reviews that seem rather baseless to me.
    Date published: 2016-08-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lots of Spoilers Arno's story is so emotional. Don't fall in love with Elise because something bad is going to happen to her. I love Arno's parkour skills because it's super easy to move. You can rate Arno's memories in the game, and the optional things you can do on a mission don't pressure you as much. I remember playing Assassin's Creed: Liberation on the PSVita, and every time I didn't do one of the optional things, there would just be a big red X like it's dangling in front of your face saying you failed the mission, even thought you didn't. There's an extra Sequence that you can download for free. It's called the Dead Kings DLC or something. If you have downloaded it, make sure you don't travel to Franciade until you finish Sequence 12. When you first enter Franciade, you have to complete the first memory of that storyline to go back to Paris. The missions are at level 4 or 5 in Franciade. Then there are these Nostradamus Enigma codes or something you can try to do so you can unlock the Armor near the Assassins' H.Q.
    Date published: 2016-06-02
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