We get to see a co-op heist mission from Assassin's Creed Unity in action, narrated by the game's Creative Director.

Ubisoft has posted a new video featuring Assassin's Creed Unity's co-op system in play, this time with a heist mission. Heists are a special type of side mission that normally would have been soloed in previous games. Now, we get to enjoy them with a friend, and they are specifically designed to have multiple Assassins do them. Coordinate your skills to infiltrate Templar-controlled areas, steal artifacts and leave the building, all without ever being detected. You lose a part of your reward each time you are detected. The heists themselves are randomized in term treasure chest placement and the enemies you will encounter, including their patrol paths, their gear and how many guards there are total. It's great watching the next-gen Anvil engine action, especially with two players causing chaos throughout it all.

Assassin's Creed Unity will debut on November 11 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Co-op or not, just make sure you know where to hide the Templar bodies at.