Assassin’s Creed: Unity to Have Four-Player Co-Op, Collector’s Edition Contents Detailed
In a press release sent by Ubisoft, reveals and confirms that Assassin’s Creed: Unity will feature four-player online co-op missions that are story-driven.
In addition to the sprawling single-player campaign, players can join with up to three friends and take part in story-driven online co-op missions designed specifically for Assassins to play together. Skills and unique gear acquired in the single-player missions will be accessible in co-op and will define a player’s personalized Assassin’s style, whether emphasizing brute force, agility or stealth. Players also will select a unique co-op skill that will help the team survive, evade or fight more effectively to the benefit of the team.
In the same presser, Ubisoft has announced both the Collector’s Edition and Premium Edition of AC: Unity.
Premium Collector’s Edition will include:
- Includes the new Assassin Arno as a lifelike 16” figurine poised atop an iconic gargoyle,
- A music box which plays a remixed version of the Assassin’s Creed Unity theme
- Oficial soundtrack
- Art book
- Two in-game missions
Additionally, those who pre-order Assassin’s Creed: Unity will receive two bonus offers, which you can read about below.
- The first is an exclusive single player mission, The Chemical Revolution, offering 30 minutes of additional gameplay. During this mission the player will help Lavoisier the “Father of Modern Chemistry” to escape from his kidnappers and recover his poison bomb formula.
- The second is access to the Guillotine Spin to Win Game. Every Friday through launch, consumers have a chance to win a new, incredible prize and receive five more spins and more chances to win. For a chance to win, consumers can go to AssassinsCreed.com/play and spin the Guillotine wheel and to try to hit the jackpot.
Potential prizes include exotic trips, games and digital content, apparel and gear, home entertainment systems and more.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity is set for an October 24 release on the PS4. Meanwhile. make sure you watch the single-player footage that was shown off at Ubisoft’s press conference.