Assassin’s Creed Unity: Celebrities Join Forces In Co-Op Play

By   /   Oct 30, 2014

The latest co-op gameplay video from Assassin’s Creed Unity is probably the best one so far. It shows just how fun co-op play can be in the game.

The footage in question shows Arnold Schwarzenegger, Morgan Freeman, Sir David Attenborough and Alan Carr joining forces to play Assassin’s Creed Unity’s 4-player co-op.

The video shows all four celebrities navigating the rooftops of 18th century Paris before breaking into mansion in order to steal a valuable hidden painting from French artist (probably a Templar).

The footage is really fun to watch and gives a decent idea of what’s it like to play Unity’s co-op with your friends but the fact of the matter is, the game is not really being played by these celebrities.

DavidAttenbro, SchwarezKiller, MorganF DaMan and ChattyManAl69 are all being voiced by famous impressionist Terry Mynott from Channel 4. Terry has done an excellent job and even though I knew what was going on, for a moment he had me fooled.

What about you?

Soon enough, everyone will be able to enjoy what Assassin’s Unity has to offer with its co-op play as the game will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC starting November 11.

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