Paris is gorgeous. There’s no denying that cities in the Assassin’s Creed franchise tend to take centre stage, especially when the lead has the possibility of being Connor from Assassin’s Creed III. Luckily not only does Assassin’s Creed: Unity feature astounding visuals, but it feels as though every complaint, every star rating assigned to a mission and every reassessed verdict damning Connor’s bloated saga has been heard by Ubisoft. Compile a checklist of complaints surrounding the franchise and you’ll realise Unity has taken steps towards ‘fixing’ these issues, occasionally at the detriment of other aspects of the game. As a piece of historical digital tourism, Unity is unparalleled. As a continuation of the series, it isn’t quite a leap of faith.