In Assassin’s Creed: Unity we have multiple ways and opportunities to finish the missions. The Gamescom single player demo mission, which is called Confession, is a perfect example for it.
Our hero, Arno has to eliminate a wealthy templar with strong economic connections. You can approach the target as you wish and you are allowed to kill him the way you please. There are also multiple secondary objectives to complete. You can get to your target from the basement of Notre Dame, you can pick the lock on the windows, you can steal the key from the enemies or you could just go into the temple load and proud by killing all the guards who stand between you and your target.
There is no desincronization in the new Assassin’s Creed so you won’t even have to worry about that.
After you have reached and murdered him you have to create an extraction for yourself, while guards and various types of enemies are chasing you all across Paris.
In this short gameplay demo we got the opportunity to see how a mission can be executed. The whole concept is like Hitman: Blood Money, you have to be creative, foxy and quick to reach your target, but at the moment it can be quite challenging and enjoyable.
As you can see from this short video, the Ubisoft development team has done an amazing job building up Paris, but there are plenty of bugs in this demo (alpha) gameplay, which are surely going to be fixed before the release of this new Assassin’s Creed sequel.
The have put into these details thousands of work hours, all the interiors, ornaments, the unique style of the buildings and the whole landscape gives this new generation brand new expectations.