WCCFTech - Assassin’s Creed Unity Review: Fun But Far From A Revolution

WCCFTech Reviews Assassin's Creed Unity

" The chaos of the French Revolution fuels the city of Paris in 1789. As a robed figure in the night, you walk closer to a bloodied guillotine stained with the blood of those noblemen who have done the citizens of the bourgeoisie Revolution wrong.

This is Assassin’s Creed Unity – and this is where the landscape for an entirely new next-generation experience in the Assassin’s Creed franchise begins. Ubisoft Montreal aimed to keep the thrilling landscape of Paris in the most tumultuous of times entirely vivid and surreal.

Paris is alive in Assassin’s Creed: Unity and there is a feel to it that is palpable. The gameplay follows the formula of the franchise closely which does unfortunately lead into a stagnancy that is all too familiar to Assassin’s Creed III and its redundant mission structures. For some things that it does do quite a few things wrong in the process..."

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