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Assassin's Creed: Unity - What's on E3

Assassin's Creed: Unity
Assassin's Creed: Unity based on new technology and packed with goodies. At E3 Expo we've had a chance to look at modifications made to the game as is quite a few of them.
Creators from Ubisoft spilled the beans about the graphics, which in fact had not been changed, however the whole game engine had been rewritten from scratch. As a result player receive a brand new product.

One of the coolest metamorphosis in Assassin's Creed: Unity is adaptive mission mechanics (AMM) which brake an old approach of following set scenarios and stopping mission as we got spotted or have lost an object. Instead game will increase security or target becomes a locate. Mission get more realistic.
Player have to become more careful of his action as slaughtering people in the dark corners (yay!) will increase patrols on the streets due to arising danger. The whole World in the game will change to adapt to players action. Assassin's Creed: Unity puts an extra pressure on crawling and staying unseen and here is another surprise - Ubisoft have redesign engine responsible for perceiving of the reality and moving around. Running and jumping off buildings become more natural, haystacks disappeared from the streets, make finding spot to land harder.
Main character is Arno, seeking redemption for his sins from the past outlaw. During the game player gets an opportunity to develop his skills like fencing which nota bene become harder in this part of the saga, where flea might be the only way to stay alive. 
New release from France allow player to discover Paris' streets and buildings. On the map have appeared five thousands individuals. That is 30x more than in previous releases. Assassin's Creed: Unity come for sale on 28th October for PS4, Xbox One and Windows platforms. So if you are fancy medieval slaughter and secret missions while your missus is away for the weekend - crack on!
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