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Go behind the scenes with Assassin’s Creed Unity

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Assassin’s Creed Unity made a huge impression during this year’s E3. From the awesome co-op play, to the frankly brilliant CGI trailer, Unity grabbed the attention of gamers everywhere.

Check out the video above to see interviews with the team behind Unity, as they discuss the new direction of Assassin’s Creed .

22 comments on “Go behind the scenes with Assassin’s Creed Unity

  1. lol if you look at 1:12 at the bottom right corner of the screen you’ll see
    some the same headphones I have.

     
  2. First person to talk about the ‘no playable female character controversy’
    gets a slap.

     
  3. call me a pessimist, but Ubisoft deserves my pessimism these days. When I
    hear them say they have 2 demos to produce for E3, all I can think of is
    producing a product that looks great but in no way represents what the game
    will actually look like when it launches. And Ubisoft had some of the
    prettiest looking games of E3…

     
  4. Does this dude just nod his head to everyone he talks to? Lol

    Good to hear they’re changing around the modern day stuff. Those missions
    in Black Flag were so boring. Hopefully Juno fully reveals herself in this
    game.

     
  5. The only thing interesting about this video, is that the journalist shaking
    his head.. Now that’s innovation XD

     
  6. 1:22 Tried to wipe the screen because it looked like a Bug was crawling on
    the name Vincent.

     
  7. I just hope Arno isn’t like Connor… Boring, lifeless wanker who just does
    what he is told.

     
  8. I was so interested that the developer speak English as a Canadian French
    Accent. But my accent is never as the same level as the English Canadian
    and / or the American Accents. I wish I had that style of accent ;_;

     

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