Assassin’s Creed Unity Game Tester Leaks Gameplay Footage…Again

By Erwin Murillo – 25th August 2014
Assassin’s Creed Unity Game Tester Leaks Gameplay Footage…Again

Following the recent trend of breaking non-disclosure agreements, another game tester on Assassin’s Creed Unity has leaked footage from the beta version of the game. The name of the individual is unknown, but he or she was kind enough to publish an 8-minute long gameplay video showcasing a new mission type in the game.

The new mission types are called “Rift” missions, in which players are tasked with collecting data nodes in a certain amount of time. Apparently, Rift missions will provide various opportunities, ranging from rescuing captured Assassins to unlocking new missions and items.

Unfortunately, the video cannot be embedded, but you can click here to access the web page that contains the leaked footage (courtesy of VGLeaks).

Warning: There may be spoilers in the video, so keep that in mind.

In case the video was taken down, GIFs containing snippets of amusing gameplay glitches were made. You can see one of them below:

Assassin’s Creed Unity Leaked Gameplay Glitch

Assassin's Creed Unity Leaked Footage GIF

This is the third in a non-official series related to major Assassin’s Creed Unity leaks. You can find the them here and here

Be aware that this is an unofficial leak, so take it with caution. The video containing the leaked footage may be taken down. If that happens, this article (and all other relevant articles) will be updated accordingly.

What do you think of the leaked gameplay footage? Why would Assassin’s Creed Unity game testers willingly disclose footage of gameplay/glitches? Let us know in the comments section below! As always, stay tuned to for the latest in video game and technology news.

Erwin Murillo

Erwin Murillo is a graduate of Union University. He has a Bachelor's of Science degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Exercise Science and Wellness/Sports Medicine, and is currently enrolled at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center's Occupational Therapy Program. As buff as he is nerdy, you can find him either throwing around iron in the gym, or working on his latest video game article...sometimes both. Follow him on Twitter @DesertFoxJr or email him at [email protected].