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It is a bit of a confusion, because so far we assumed that Assassin’s Creed Unity is set during the French revolution and players will be encouraged to explore the world while completing multiple missions on the go.
The plotline definitely sounds interesting, which just gets better when you get to play along with four other friends in co-op mode. But, the developers at Ubisoft seem to have many surprise elements added to the game.
They didn’t reveal anything officially yet, but instead showed off a new trailer that confirmed us that the game could even pit you during the historic event, World War II asking you to accomplish specific tasks. We are not sure how many levels will be set in this era, but the video clip suggests that there could be at least one brief mission set in the world war period, where you may have to dodge cannons and kill the battalions to make sure your objective is accomplished.
Does this ring any bell? We are not sure either, but Ubisoft likes to call their new trailer as the Time Anomaly. The concept could be something like Prince of Persia where you get to travel through time to alter events. In this case, with the Animus players actually have the power to travel to any part of history and play as a character that is relevant to Altair or any of his characters in the same bloodline. The concept definitely sounds interesting and the trailer is exceptionally fun to watch, especially if you are an Assassin’s Creed Unity fan looking forward to play the game along with your friends.
Machine Guns! Fighter Planes!!!
When Arno is running in the video, a voice calls out to him and says that the French Revolution is collapsing. He also adds you may never know in what time period you will land next in; but just run to escape. Before the voice ends, you find yourself in a World War II era and Arno starts climbing the Eiffel tower. On the top, he gets to control a machine gun and fire at enemy planes. Guess someone at Ubisoft has been playing too much of Wolfenstein or Call of Duty!
Assassin’s Creed Unity developers claim you get to explore Paris during the French Revolution but perhaps it just doesn’t end there. There could possibly be more to look forward to and explore in the game.