New Assassin's Creed Unity trailer focusses on the PC

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The latest Unity video showcases the visuals PC gamers can expect.

There's another trailer for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Unity, and it's all about the PC version with Nvidia GameWorks features.

Being the PC version of the game you'd expect some gorgeous visuals, with slow-panning camera work highlighting depth of field within the environment, and close-ups of characters. Well, you get all that in this trailer, along with comparison shots of PC graphics toggles being switched on and off.

Quite frankly it highlights some terminology I have no idea about, but I am guessing it all goes into making the game look as good as it possibly can, because watching the trailer is showing me just that.

The new trailer is below, and you may want to check out the official PC specs to see if your current rig is up to speed too.

Assassin's Creed Unity launches on 11th November 2014 in the US, and 13th November in Europe for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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