“Assassin’s Creed: Unity” takes place during the French Revolution, so it’s fitting that the E3 2014 demo portrayed the Reign of Terror that dominated the country in 1793.
“This was a time when France was fractured by rival political groups, and the nation was falling into chaos. Thieves and murderers ran the streets, people were executed publicly every day and Paris was one of the most dangerous cities in the world,” Xbox Wire writes. “With everything so crazy, it’s the perfect place for an Assassin.”
Head over to Xbox Wire and find out why “Unity” feels “fresh and modern” and improves on the core mechanics of the series.
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