This latest trailer for Assassin's Creed Unity introduces you to all of the crazy new features you'll get to experience while playing as Arno.

Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Assassin's Creed Unity that focuses on all of its main features. The game's Anvil Engine was made specifically for next-gen consoles and helped build Paris on a near 1:1 scale. Watching Unity's dynamic lighting pour colored light from a stained glass window only to reflect off its proper surfaces looks remarkable. Assassin's Creed's gear, combat, parkour and stealth systems have been completely overhauled. Factor in Arno's full, head-to-toe customization, and it really does feel like you're getting to make this your own Assassin's Creed story.

Finally, there is a new crouch system at play to help provide more stealth during Unity's indoor sequences. Online co-op will let you join a four player team. In co-op, you have the opportunity to focus on stealth, combat, ranged or healing to help with your overall group -- the way you play is up to you. We also received an explanation of Unity's Time Anomaly, which will take Arno back to a version of Paris he's unfamiliar with: the Nazi occupation of France during WWII.

Paris seems so close -- Assassin's Creed Unity will launch on Nov. 11 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Better add Paris to this list: