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Assassin’s Creed Unity co-op walkthrough trailer released

Ubisoft has released the first Assassin’s Creed Unity co-op walkthrough trailer, giving you a taste of how the four player co-operative gameplay will work.

The trailer shows off one of the Heist missions, one of the specific types of co-operative missions found in Assassin’s Creed Unity.

Ubisoft has already shown off the Brotherhood mission type, so this video gives you a look at another of the mission types you can play with your friends.

For the Heists, you’ll be asked to stealthily enter a heavily guarded area of the map, discover the treasure and get out with the loot without being detected.

There are four co-op skills at your disposal, one of which is Communal Sense. It lets you get a better look at what you’re heading into in terms of guards and patrol.

AC Unity has a variety of ways you can limit the guards’ attempts to raise the alarm, like cutting down alarm bells.

The video goes on to show a team of two Assassin’s discover the loot and try and get out using strategic methods.

With Heist missions, you’ll lose treasure the more you get detected, so you and your team will need to be careful.

Assassin’s Creed Unity is coming out on November 14 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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