Assassin’s Creed Unity Seasons Pass Trailer Shown

AC Season Pass (Image taken from Assassin’s Creed’s YouTube video)

A trailer showing off some of the things you will get if you purchase the season’s pass for Assassin’s Creed Unity was uploaded to YouTube today.

First off, we were shown Assassin’s Creed Unity: Dead Kings. A campaign that takes place after the main story of Assassin’s Creed Unity, taking place in Saint Denis, 1794. It is said to be a darker story than any other one in the franchise. Under the city there is a labyrinth of tunnels full of ancient puzzles and the introduction to a new enemy faction known as the Raiders. A new weapon, known as the guillotine gun was also shown. It can be used in both ranged and close combat.


Also with the season pass, you get more of Paris, and three new missions: The American Prisoner, Killed by Science and The Chemical Revolution.


Thirdly, you get over thirty new items, to build your own loadout, fit to your play-style.


The last thing we got was Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China. A downloadable game for anyone with the season pass. It takes place in 16th century, China where you play as Shao Jun, where you can use martial arts, and collect gear as you traverse your way through stunning areas. The game features a different art style from any other Assassin’s Creed game, making it look more like an ancient drawing. The game also looks to be more 2D than the 3D Assassin’s Creen we’re all used to.

I should also note that it was said there was content still in the works. Meaning we should expect to see more than we had seen today.

Are you going to get the Season Pass? Or better yet, are you going to get Assassin’s Creed Unity? Leave a comment down below and let us know!

Written by: Jay

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