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A sweet gameplay demo for Assassin's Creed Unity presented by Ubisoft at E3 2014.
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why i can't get all skills weapons,gadgets,custom after sequence 2
why the camera is that worse when you counter enemies
why can't kill enemies with one pistol shot
why can't push crowd
why we can't disarm enemies
why can't use human shield when enemy gonna shoot you
Is it the "Watch Dogs" game-engine?
Very similar, they just changed the textures...
Very strange Paris they made - the public is very static (like in Watch dogs), there's NO ANY "street salesman" at all - which was very popular kind of products selling in that time (there was no stores in our kind of meaning) - where's all this?
Also, if there are a lot of interiors, as it looks like it might, this could be so much fun
movement looks like 50 percent more G.
Could be sweet
Wasn't really interested in this when i heard about it at first, but now i want...that looks amazing!
more of the same then
So are you playing as a revolutionary, and pro-aristocrat, or neither?
I think they will keep the same quality (mostly) because there is no version for the previous Gen,
which requires them to reduce the graphics quality,
I really hope that they wiil keep the same quality, it is really looks amazing!
Don't sound very French do they?
I really hope like in previous games I can play in a different language with English subs. This game requires French voices.
if only it would look and play like this when its out, but anyway i am feeling that the Assassin vs Templar is fully back on, we actually might have a story here, i am excited.
@billzihang It sounds like the protagonist has no love for either side - he says the people who had the King executed were just as vile, and refers to Robespierre's men (the revolutionaries) as thugs. The first demo (set at the beginning of the Revolution) had him helping the crowd and throwing the noble to them. This is set years later, so maybe the main character is sympathetic to the revolutionaries at first but becomes disillusioned.