Report: Assassin’s Creed: Unity To Be Set In Paris, Screenshots Leaked

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Two new Assassin’s Creed games are currently in development at Ubisoft—one for Xbox One and PS4, and the other for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3—according to a report at Kotaku.

 

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game is tentatively titled Assassin’s Creed: Unity, and is set in Paris. This is the game you see in the leaked screenshot above, and more can be found in Kotaku’s report. Note that these are early screenshots.

 

Kotaku also point out that the HUD reveals “parkour up” and “parkour down” buttons for the game, and say that these will be part of a new navigation scheme that will make its debut in Unity.

 

Meanwhile, little is known about the other Assassin’s Creed game, codenamed “Comet”.


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