The lights are on
Ubisoft is touting the latest version of its Anvil Engine, which powers the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Unity. According to creative director Alex Amancio, the new technology gives his team the opportunity to build more complex worlds.
Unity also features more complete interiors than we’ve seen in an Assassin’s Creed title. As you can see from the video below (and the previous gameplay run-throughs), the inside of buildings are as important for traversal and locomotion as the exteriors.
We also get a look at an as yet unannounced female character in the video (above), though it’s not clear yet what role she plays. Assassin’s Creed Unity is slated for release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on October 28. For more, check out our E3 preview.
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Damn... That was pretty.
Good lord, it took them a YEAR to design Notre Dame??
She's not even an assassin. In the video (but not in that screencap) you can see a templar cross on the right side of her collar.
Looks beautiful. After the nice resurgence IV had after III, I'm really looking forward to playing Unity.
I'm just happy they're going back to cities and not small towns. Also happy it won't have anymore annoying sailing.
Wow this looks gorgeous.
oh i can't wait!!!