Assassin's Creed 4 prequel Assassin's Creed: Rogue won't support multiplayer of any kind. That's according to Videogamer, which cites the latest issue of Game Informer. There's no explanation from Ubisoft - I intend to extract one, possibly by way of much pleading and sobbing, when I run into them at Gamescom next week. This follows the revelation that the franchise's Xbox One debut Assassin's Creed: Unity won't support competitive multiplayer, though it does offer a full drop-in, drop-out co-op mode in which four Assassins explore revolutionary Paris together. In the words of the Republic: Liberté! Égalité! Fraternité! Synchronised executions! Customisable robe cuffs! Rogue, meanwhile, stars Shay Patrick Cormac, a former Assassin who now hunts down Assassins for the Templars. What do you call it, when the Assassins assassinate the assassins? He's like some kind of meta-Assassin. Locations include colonial-era New York, the Applachian River Valley and the North Atlantic, where you'll get to tootle around in Shay's badass boat, the Morrigan. The game is down for release on 11th November, with Unity arriving on 28th October. Source Total Xbox.