Assassin’s Creed Unity: Dead Kings and China Chronicles revealed (Read Below).

Ubisoft has announced the contents of the season pass for Assassin’s Creed Unity. The season pass includes a brand-new campaign set after the events of the main game and a 2.5-D reimagining set in China.

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In a press release sent today, Ubisoft confirmed the contents of the season pass of Assassin’s Creed Unity. The season pass comes with extra missions and weapons for the main game, the Dead Kings campaign along with a new, downloadable title, dubbed Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China.

Assassin’s Creed Unity – Dead Kings takes place after the events of the main game. It’s set in Saint Denis, a city where the royal French family is buried, and a place where a lot trouble and plundering is taking place. Arno will be getting a new weapon, called the Guillotine gun, as well as new gear, skills and outfits to unlock. The DLC will also contain open-world activities such as treasure hunts, murder mysteries, contracts and co-op missions.

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China is the second piece of content included in the season pass. It’s a downloadable title that reimagines Assassin’s Creed on 2.5D a plane. It’s set in 16th century China and follows Shao Jun, who’s the last remaining assassin of the Chinese Brotherhood. Shao Jun learned her combat and stealth skills from Ezio Auditore and will be going back home on a quest for revenge.

In addition to the above, the season pass will include even more missions, weapons and customization options for the main game, which amount to over 30 new weapons, equipment and outfits, including Fleur de Lys sword, which is only available to season pass holders.

There is a trailer below covering everything for you:

You may also want to have a look at our gallery featuring screenshots from both DLC drops.

Source: Ubisoft Youtube.

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