Assassin's Creed: Unity map Leaked, Really Huge and similar to the real map

Assassin's creed: Unity's map has been leaked and it looks really big.

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oODEADPOOLOo1933d ago (Edited 1933d ago )

My most anticipated co-op game this year next to evolve, getting standard edition, but friend getting LE with statue. Anyone know if there's any known date when they release more information?

GeofferyPeterson1933d ago

AC Black Flag was much bigger, but also it was mostly water.

starchild1933d ago

Yeah, of course. Unity is supposedly bigger than all the land area of Black Flag combined.

iamnsuperman1933d ago (Edited 1933d ago )

Well I hope so. The land mass in AC4 isn't that big. The illusion of grand scale is given with inaccessible areas.

skulz71933d ago

3x larger than all land mass a dev said.

Wintersun6161932d ago

I much prefer a smaller area with something sensible to do, than a huge area with nothing to do but collect collectibles and hunt a few animals. (AC3 Frontier...).

starchild1932d ago


Even so, the explorable areas in AC4 are quite extensive. It's a big game no matter how you slice it.

It's a lot bigger than most games. Hell, it's even bigger than some other open world games like Infamous Second Son.

In any case, AC Unity sounds like it is going to be massive. When you factor in the density of the environment and the fact that you can enter many of the buildings and monuments, as well as a vast network of catacombs under the city, nobody is going to be complaining about the size of Unity.

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The_Blue1933d ago

I doubt it had interiors though.

XtraTrstrL1933d ago

Wow, very nice. This game should have crazy replay value for multiplayer, especially if the side missions are really as randomly varied as they say with the procedural setup.

ShaqSoda1933d ago

Unity is going to revamp the AC series.

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