UBISOFT DISCOVERS CELEBRITY FOOTAGE OF
ASSASSIN'S CREED UNITY
Ubisoft has uncovered online footage of perhaps the greatest session of Assassin's Creed four player co-op.
The video was posted online by an Xbox LIVE user with the name DavidAttenbro and features four players taking on one of the co-operative missions in the new Ubisoft videogame Assassin's Creed Unity.
In the video posted on YouTube this morning, the users DavidAttenbro, MorganF Da Man, SchwarzeKiller and ChattyManAl69 navigate the rooftops of 18thCentury Revolutionary Paris and attempt to break into a French aristocrat's cavernous mansion in a quest to locate a valuable hidden painting.
Some experts are speculating that the voices in the video are in fact those of British naturalist David Attenborough, Hollywood actors Morgan Freeman and Arnold Schwarzenegger and British talk show host Alan Carr.
Others are speculating that the video is the work of renowned impressionist Terry Mynott, whose uncanny celebrity impressions feature in the recent Channel 4 series, The Mimic.
Ubisoft are unable to verify whether either of these are true but they can confirm that everyone will be able to enjoy the new co-op multiplayer mode in Assassin's Creed Unity, when the game is released on Friday 14th November in the UK.