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Watch an Hour of ASSASSIN’S CREED SYNDICATE

There’s plenty of excitement surrounding this year’s Assassin’s Creed title, despite the hot mess that occurred with Unity last year. Still, some folks are hesitant about the impending release, not wanting to get burned by another glitchy muck. I have great news for these people, because there’s currently an hour of Syndicate available for your viewing pleasure right now, making your purchasing decisions a little bit more informed come October 23rd. Thanks to Yogcast’s stream earlier last week, the full hour-long video is now available as a YouTube video that features the E3 demonwhich gives a more in-depth look at the combat and background of the characters.

Peep the hour-long London-filled video above. For what it’s worth, the title looks visually pleasing and there are some nifty new additions like carriage driving to add to the usual wall-climbing, assassinating gameplay. Hopefully the neglecting of the PS3 and Xbox 360 this time around will mean that a more polished experience will be produced for the current consoles that house more horse power than their older counterparts.

It’s also in Ubisoft’s best interest to not release such a muddled version of their flagship franchise, so that they don’t continue to lose their loyal fanbase. By all accounts, this year’s version of Assassin’s Creed seems to be a step in the right direction. Personally, I want them to hone in on the climbing mechanics and overall physics, because there’s nothing more annoying than sticking onto every single object in my way during an intense chase scene.

Did you enjoy the new features shown off in the video? What do you want to see in the future from Ubisoft? Climb your way onto the comments section below to let us know what your thoughts.

HT: VG247

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