Assassin's Creed has never featured co-op gameplay before, so it's going to be a major task to get co-op over with players. How will it work? Is it a compelling part of the game for every player to partake in?
These are just some of the questions that will need to be answered, especially since the game axed its competitive multiplayer. Lesley Phord-Toy, who is a producer on Assassin's Creed Unity, talked with Examiner.com about some of the variety players will have with customization as well as some of the caveats you may not know about co-op thus far.
"When [players] complete Brotherhood missions, they will earn skill points to upgrade or customize [Arno’s] skills and categories of weapons. One player could have a two-handed axe, another could have spear, so [people] will be able to customize their characters based on their play-style.