The expectations from Assassin’s Creed: Unity are high and Ubisoft is working hard to not let down millions of fans that can’t wait to visit Paris of 18th century. The game is placed during French Revolution, an important worldwide historical event that we will explore during 15-20 hours of main story play. But we will not play Assassin’s Creed: Unity only for a couple of days and then get rid of it, because the game has also a load of side missions, including something called ‘1000 Stories of Paris’.
When he was asked how much content we can expect to see in Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Lead Producer Vincent Pontbriand has answered: “It’s hard to tell, we haven’t timed it yet. Just the single-player, the main campaign, with Arno’s story, the redemption quest, that’s a good 15 to 20 hours, I would say. Yeah, easily.Then there’s the… we call them the ‘1000 Stories of Paris’. We don’t have 1,000, but we have hundreds actually and these will also add a lot of hours of gameplay.”
What interesting stories we can find on the streets of Paris we’ll know on November 11th when Assassin’s Creed: Unity launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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