Assassin's Creed Unity Gets Some Celebrity Co-Op

By Marc Hollinshead, 2 years ago
In Assassin's Creed Unity, players will be given the chance to team up and take down foes in an elegant and murderous fashion and not just go alone. This latest piece of coverage of the game focuses exactly on that, but in a slightly unusual way.

This first video shows us a gameplay sequence where the people playing seem to be none other than British naturalist David Attenborough, Hollywood actors Morgan Freeman and Arnold Schwarzenegger and British talk show host Alan Carr.



Oh, wait. It's not really them. It's just an impressionist. Who would have thought? This next video takes us through how Terry Mynott, the master behind all four voices and the recent Channel 4 series, The Mimic, created the sequence and his own views on co-op action.



This third and final video deviates from the co-op theme and gives us a new trailer in the form of a "Time Anomaly."



Assassin's Creed Unity will be released on the Xbox One on November 11th in North America and November 13th in Europe.
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Marc Hollinshead
Written by Marc Hollinshead
To summarize Marc in two words, it would be "Christian Gamer." You will usually find him getting stuck into story heavy action-adventure games, RPG's and the odd quirky title when he isn't raving about Dark Souls and Mass Effect. Outside the world of gaming, Marc attends and helps out in his church on a regular basis and has a not-so thrilling job in a supermarket.