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Here’s Part 19 of my playthrough of “Assassin’s Creed: Unity.”
Continuing its the vein of its popular franchise, Ubisoft’s “Assassin’s Creed: Unity” is a sandbox action-adventure game. Set during the French Revolution, the game follows nobleman Arno Dorian, who joins the Assassins to investigate the murder of his adoptive father on behalf of his sister Élise de la Serre, a member of the Templars.
The main character of the game is Arno Dorian (Dan Jeannotte), a native Frenchman who was born in Versailles to an Assassin father. After his father is killed by Shay Patrick Cormac, Arno is adopted, unaware that his new family holds a senior position within the Templar Order, with his new father figure the Templar Grandmaster. Arno blames himself when his adoptive father is murdered, and so sets out on a quest of Templar Order that brings him into the Brotherhood of Assassins, where he slowly rises through the ranks, much like Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad and Ezio Auditore as seen in previous games. Arno’s love interest is a Templar named Elise De LaSerre (Catherine Bérubé), the daughter of the Templar Grandmaster who adopted Arno, who also sets out to investigate more about her father’s death and its role in a growing ideological change within the Templar Order that threatens its core values. Additional characters include Marquis de Sade (Alex Ivanovici), Napoleon Bonaparte (Brent Skagford) and Maximilien de Robespierre (Bruce Dinsmore).
Arno’s story will be set in Paris on the eve of the French Revolution. The modern-day setting will focus on the Assassins contacting the player and requesting their help to explore Arno in the past, as well as helping in the present. Co-operative multiplayer missions will follow the development of the Brotherhood of Assassins during the French Revolution. In addition, “time anomalies” can be encountered throughout the city. Accessing them will take Arno to various points of Parisian history, such as its occupation by Nazi Germany during World War II.
This will be a full playthrough on the PlayStation 4 system with a review at the end.
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