Assassin's Creed Unity for Xbox One
Xbox One

Assassin's Creed Unity

Nov 11, 2014
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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature


For centuries, France has been ruled by the privileged few. No longer. On this day, the people of Paris have risen up against tyranny. Now, in the midst of one of history’s most chaotic and brutal revolutions, the fate of a nation rests on the edge of the Assassin’s blade.

Introducing Assassin’s Creed Unity, the next-gen evolution of the blockbuster franchise powered by an all-new game engine. From the storming of the Bastille to the execution of King Louis XVI, experience the French Revolution as never before, and help the people of France carve an entirely new destiny.

Critic Reviews

38 Reviews
Mitchell SaltzmanNov 12, 2014
Assassin’s Creed as a series needs an overhaul, and it needed it three games ago. Even ignoring my own personal fatigue of the franchise, Unity is still one of the weaker entries of the series. Co-op, while fun, feels half-baked; the game is ultimately meaningless in terms of the series canon because of the lack of focus on the present day story line; and many of the design decisions feel driven by the unwelcome addition of micro-transactions. Better luck next year, I guess.
Shawn PetraschukNov 11, 2014
Despite some minor hiccups along the way this is a great first showing for Assassin’s Creed exclusively on current generation consoles. It makes me excited for how much further the series can evolve as developers truly learn how to get a handle on the hardware. Seven (well eight if we include Rogue) games in to the main series and Assassin’s Creed is showing no signs of slowing down.
Alex NavarroNov 13, 2014
For all its hugeness and graphical splendor, Unity is starved for excitement. It's much too concerned with a story that feels confused by itself, wasting potentially interesting allies and antagonists in much the same way that it wastes the rich, violent history of its time period. ...but that co-op alone isn't enough to make up for the myriad other ways in which Unity is deeply, disappointingly deficient.