Assassin’s Creed Unity, which is set to come out on the Xbox One and PS4 and PC sometime later this year is expected to include a cooperative mode for up to four players according to a report.
This information was given by tweets sent out by former NeGAF poster shinobi602, who showed that two demos for Unity are planned for E3 in June.
One of those demos is to portray the same single player mode while the other is going to bring light to a whole new four player co-op mode. However, no details regarding the latter have been shared except that its a separate narrative as opposed to a mode allowing players to tackle the single player campaign together.
Ubisoft have not declared anything as of now and have not attested to the co-op mode. Ubisoft will deliver its annual E3 press briefing on June 9, the publisher confirmed last week. Meanwhile, it’s rumoured that Ubisoft will also publish a second Assassin’s Creed game this year in the form of Comet, which will release for last-gen consoles.
So looks like we’re just going to have to wait and watch 🙂