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Assassin?s Creed Unity French Revolution Reanimated in Classic Rob Zombie Style

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The French Revolution has just taken the word ?bloody? to the next level?in Assassin?s Creed Unity?s version that is. Developer Ubisoft has partnered with “master of horror” musician and film director Rob Zombie to make a reimagined animated film of the French Revolution in their game.

Assassin?s Creed Unity is the upcoming installment of the Assassin?s Creed franchise which centers on the French Revolution. We all know that this significant event is one of the deadliest uprisings in history and Rob Zombie recreates this through a short film in its full bloody glory.

The illustrations in the film were created by artist Tony Moore who has worked on popular TV shows such The Walking Dead and Fear Agent.

Though it?s only an animated film, the short strip may not be suitable for minors and those with shallow stomachs. You have been warned.

As expected of works from Zombie, the film contains some of the bloodiest and most explicit artwork we have seen from a game. Even Moore did not expect the kind of content he would work on while working on the illustrations.

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Rob Zombie (image courtesy of wikicommons)

?I?ve had some stuff turned into motion comics before, so in my head that?s kind of what I anticipated, but I wasn?t really prepared at all for the level of execution that these guys were putting together,? he explained.

Aside from the film, Moore (and another artist named Angryblue) also created this cool poster which was also being given away during the Comic Con event.

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image courtesy of Tony Moore and Angryblue

Rob Zombie is known for his horrific and bloody directing which includes the horror film House of 1000 Corpses. The film was scrutinized for its disturbing and gory scenes and was not released until 3 years later after its completion in 2000.

Assassin?s Creed Unity is scheduled to be released on October 28, 2014 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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