Assassin’s Creed: Unity Being Developed By 10 Studios

By   /   May 16, 2014

Ubisoft really made their mark on the last generation with the release of Assassin’s Creed series that has sold more than 73 Million copies to date and they want to continue that trend on to the next-gen consoles.

The french publisher has revealed that a total of 10 studios are working on the next-gen exclusive Assassin’s Creed: Unity that is going to hit the shelves at the end of this year.

The project is led by Ubisoft Montreal with support provided by Quebec, Annecy, Shanghai, Chengdu, Kiev, Toronto, Singapore, Montpellier and Bucharest studios.

10 Studios working on a single title shows the dedication of Ubisoft to their fans and their franchise. We just hope that too many ideas don’t mix up and ruin the gameplay experience for the players.

The latest entry in the franchise will take place during the French Revolution and there are some rumors that claim this year’s game will have a separate campaign that will support up to four players co-op.

The official announcement of Assassin’s Creed: Unity was made with this trailer and although it didn’t show much, it did reveal the level of detail that we can expect from the upcoming game.

The protagonist of the game is named Arno and while his purpose is still unknown, he looks pretty awesome. Hopefully, we will get more details on the project in the Ubisoft press conference at this year’s E3.

Are you looking forward to play during the French revolution period in Assassin’s Creed: Unity?

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