New reports emerging from the internet reveal that the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Unity will offer a multiplayer mode. If these reports are true, you will be able to play a campaign with up to four player co-op. More news is expected to be announced during this year’s E3 expo.
According to information released by past frequent NeoGAF poster Shinobi602, Assassin’s Creed Unity will offer a four player co-op mode. This will apparently be completely different from the main story campaign, the source suggests that this cooperative mode will have its very own narrative campaign.
Details are expected to be released during this year’s E3 where Ubisoft will offer demos. There will be two demos, one being a single-player campaign while the second will offer the cooperative mode that will allow four players to join in on the fun.
Ubisoft has yet to make any comments on the subject though it’s unlikely the publisher will make any announcements until E3. For now, we’ll have to take this report as nothing more than a rumor but we’re curious as to if you would be interested in playing Assassin’s Creed in a cooperative mode with up to four friends. Assassin’s Creed Unity is set to release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC later this year.