Ubisoft has released a brand new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Unity, introducing the cast of voice actors of the game. You can watch the trailer below.
Assassin’s Creed Unity has a ton of historical celebrities like Napolean Bonaparte, Marquis de Sade and Madame Tussauds. The trailer starts off with Dan Jeannotte, a rather dashing guy who is playing as Victor Arno Dorian the protagonist of the game, introducing his character. From what we gathered, Arno looks more like an ‘Ezio’ character; a reckless and care-free teenager whose fate forced him to join the brotherhood. Next we see Catherine Berube, a beautiful actress with an amazing accent who played Elise the love interest of Arno, describing her character. There seems to be a certain zing between Elise and Arno; we might just have the best gaming couple of 2014. Its the first time that an AC game is putting a romantic relationship at the fore front so it should be interesting how this unfolds.
The trailer then moves on showing different cast members talking about their characters. Alex Ivanovici plays Marquis de Sade, Brent Skagford plays Napolean Bonaparte and Bruce Dinsmore plays Maximilien de Robespierre. From what was shown in the trailer and the introduction given by the cast members, it looks like we have some really good solid characters.
The trailer ended with Dan saying “….and hopefully I have not disappointed the fans, because if I have they are gonna kill me.” Haha, nice one Dan. But for your sake lets hope you did not disappoint. If not…………………..
Assassin’s Creed Unity has a star studded historical cast and we cannot wait to get our hands on this game. Assassin’s Creed Unity comes out on November 11th for the PS4, Xbox One and the PC.
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