Here at Abstergo Entertainment we are excited to announce to all of you our newest memory recollection.

As many already have heard, our next game, Unity, will take place during the French Revolution. We have been working hard for over three years to create a safe environment for our consumers to explore this fascinating time in history. We will be releasing another trailer soon and hope to have the game out at the end of this year. Furthermore, we will be adding special features that will enhance you experience; rest assured these features will not be harmful in any way. Expect more information to come in the following months.

By haylinporter

Abstergo Employee: Works in Marketing and Research

14 replies on “Unity”

Absolutely amazing. Do you guys have any other time periods you plan making games of? Don’t get me wrong, I loved the american revolution and the age of pirates, and the french revolution sure is promising for a game, but do you plan on doing other time periods?

You know what would be cool? A multiplayer game from the Italian Renaissance. Now THAT would sell.

Hello Marin,

We thank you for your cheering for us. We do have other time periods set in mind alongside some time periods that were hidden within our Animus 4.0 OS as a teaser.

As for an italian renaissance multiplayer, check out our Animus 2.6 OS for a multiplayer connection with that time period. It is also reffered to as Brotherhood.

Jhonathen Green

Temporary Assisstant of R4
Abstergo Customer Services Assisstant Officer

I’m so excited for the new game! After beating Black Flag on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, I just want more!!
Already have Unity preordered and paid for!!

We are glad to read your excitement and we thank you for your continued suport. We also hope that you will enjoy Unity evenmore upon its release date.

Jhonathen Green

Temporary Assisstant of R4
Abstergo Customer Services Assisstant Officer

Hello i am kavin, its mmy first time to commenting anywhere, when i read this article i thought i could alkso make comment due
to this good article.

Hello Kavin and welcome to Abstergo,

We are honored to be the first website you ever comment on and we appreciate what you have written within your comment.

We hope to read more from you,

Thank you,

Otto Schmidt
Future Technologies Division

Woah man! I love you guys, making great video games for the public and revolutionary devices to help the less fortunate. Man.. Wish I could get out of this freaking basement and go work for you guys! Then again… I guess trading real explosions for fake ones would be a let down.

Nah. I think I’ll just stay here and play your games and leave the makin’ up to you guys.

Oh, and a shoutout to my brother from another god forsaken mother: A-P!

Was wondering when you’d find this site T. Took you damned long enough, didn’t it?

Don’t you have business to be doing though? You know what I mean.
Get to it pal and I’ll see you in a couple days.

Don’t call me brother from another mother again please. It discomforts me.

There may be a good chance that an interview can be established. However, we would like to ask you to confirm reading both our FAQs page and Disclaimer page. After that, you will be contacted from the email you have provided within the confirmation comment by an Abstetgo email where you will be asked to provide proof of your work for The NewYork Times. Please note that the office may or may not be contacted for confirmation of validity of your given information.

We truly appreciate your enthusiasm and support,


Help us. Help you. Help the World.

Not actually with the times dude. Just contributing to a FAN SITE( of that Im well aware) no interview or background check needed!

Then no problem :) We may be able to arrange an interview with either me or Haylin Porter if she is willing to. We may be able to publish the interview here on our website as well if you do not mind.

I would however advise you not to go with the name New York Times for copyright and legal reasons; but creating a name for your own news organization should not be hard.

Thank you,

Otto Schmidt
Future Technologies Division

Why not try to join the staff at WKZ TV? They’re a global news network associated with BLUME, a high tech security company that keeps the world safe with lots and lots of cameras.

At least WKZ knows they’re being filmed.

I’m surprised you didn’t refer this person to them before me Schmidt. Shame on you! I’m sure BLUME, your loyal business partner would love it if you sent them more workers.

Anyway, hope this helps you out in your future endevours,
Aiden Pearce.

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