4 Reasons Assassin's Creed Rogue Looks Better Than Assassin's Creed Unity

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Naval Combat
Naval Combat
Assassin's Creed Unity is set in the land-locked city of Paris. However, Assassin's Creed Rogue puts you in control of the warship Morrigan and lets them battle enemies in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Rogue will improve on the popular naval combat from AC4 in several ways. New weapons like the auto-firing puckle gun and burning oil give players more strategic options. Players will also have to contend with a new threat: Assassin boarding parties that threaten to wipe out their crew. The ice sheets and icebergs of the northern Atlantic will make sailing trickier during these battles.

Naval combat wasn't feasible for Unity because of its setting and focus on city exploration. It makes sense not to have ships in that game. However, the fact that Rogue does bring back such a beloved feature is a huge advantage for that game.
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