Assassin’s Creed is a game series without guns, it is set in old time periods the latest one will be the French revolution. Before Assassin’s Creed Unity was announced many fans speculated that it will set in World War II and will feature guns, but it didn’t. Well, do you want to use guns in Assassin’s Creed Unity specially a machine gun? Set in World War II because if you want to use then guess what? You can. Assassin’s Creed Unity will feature something called Time Anomaly which will be sending you to different time periods (possibly caused by the apple of Eden or the animus itself). The trailer, which just released a few hours ago shows that Arno runs in the World War II era evading trains, climbing clock tower and using a Machine gun and shooting an Aircraft.


Arno is seen climbing the Eiffel tower. Many fans of Assassin’s Creed series like me who are hyped for Assassin’s Creed Unity now don’t give a damn about it after seeing the system requirements. This trailer released by Ubisoft is the thing that makes the former fans be fans of Assassin’s Creed Unity again. This trailer really gave me goosebumps. Now, World War II is definitely not the only place we will be exploring in this Time Anomaly, so yeah, there’s a hope for Japanese Period or the British Raj too (Because along with World War II, British Raj and Japanese Periods were the main topic of what Assassin’s Creed Unity time period will be). Before Assassin’s Creed IV black flag Ubisoft featured Naval combat in Assassin’s Creed III well it didn’t have that much Naval Exploration like It have in Assassin’s Creed IV black flag. Now, I brought this Naval topic because Ubisoft gave us naval combat in Assassin’s Creed III before IV and this way it seems we will be getting more time anomaly in the future Assassin’s Creed (well it might be the main point about the future Assassin’s Creed game). But god knows how many gamers can experience this experience due to the Assassin’s Creed Unity devilish requirements.

Assassin’s Creed Unity will be out in November 14 for PlayStation 4, Xbox one and Microsoft Windows.