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Assassin's Creed: Unity Is the One PS4 Title That Can't Stay Undercover

Posted by Sammy Barker

Loose lips sink ships

For a stealth game, Assassin’s Creed: Unity is pretty lousy at keeping itself concealed. Ubisoft’s upcoming next-gen exclusive romp through the French revolution first leaked on NeoGAF, after a user supposedly shared a plane trip with an employee who revealed some details about the game. Kotaku then got its hands on some early screenshots, prompting the publisher to deploy an early trailer. And now, a new video has emerged on YouTube, which has been promptly pulled.

Unfortunately, we can’t find any mirrors of the clip, but a single image has leaked online. On close inspection, this perhaps looks a little more like concept art than a genuine screenshot, but it at least offers a glimpse at the moody 18th century vibe that the developer’s targeting. This will supposedly comprise one of two new entries in the stealthy series this year, with a second release codenamed Comet set to launch on the PlayStation 3. How much Animus enabled action can you handle? Run away in the comments section below.


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User Comments (8)



goonow said:

I cant believe no one was able to download it before it got pulled. How did this youtuber get it?



THEundying27 said:

So many games to play!!!!!! Still haven't finished black flag and I just got dw8. Also on my first play through for infamous second son. It's a good problem I suppose



charlesnarles said:

To answer the question, AC games have fun/interesting features, but after (let's see; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, now 8 and) 9 titles without any substantial improvements (many are worse) I don't really wanna buy or play another one. I've been advocating an end/break since III came out



charlesnarles said:

@Shellybird27 I love BF's detail, but the regular combat is unfulfilling at least even after the patch. I've bought every game so far but Liberation and I only still like replaying #1 heh



JaxonH said:

I still haven't played more than a couple hours of Assassin's Creed 3 Liberations on Vita, more than a couple hours combined of Assassin's Creed 3 and 4 on Wii U, or the Assassin's Creed 4 Freedom Cry standalone DLC on PS4. So much Assassin's Creed I have spent money on and have yet to get around to... And the thing is, I'll probably end up buying this too when it comes out :/



Kage_88 said:

I hated ACIII, and was on the verge of giving-up the series, but Black Flag was a real breath of fresh (salty) air. It felt as though Ubisoft rediscovered it sense of fun when making the game.

It also helped that I no longer obsessed about getting 100% sync with all missions - which made it much less stressful to play!

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