Assassin’s Creed Unity Video Showcases a Co-op Heist, Looks Absolutely Lovely

on September 10, 2014 2:40 PM

Ubisoft just released a new and definitely spectacular video of Assassin’s Creed Unity  showcasing a co-op heist, with the comment of the game’s Creative Director Alex Amancio.

Heists are highly replayable missions with random target and guard locations, that will prompt players to steal artifacts from the Templars while being detected as little as possible, as detection will lower rewards.

We also get to notice an couple of interesting details, like lock picking, and the fact that whoever is operating the Animus actually communicates with the player in real time, this time around.

You can check out the video below.

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