At Gamescon in Germany today, Ubisoft revealed several new details about their highly anticipated historical fantasy video game Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood!
New Gameplay Trailer
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood starts where Assassin’s Creed 2 ended. There are 15 hours of gameplay in the campaign, plus multiplayer. There will be more modern-day sequences as Desmond, and there’s already a DLC in the works (but no details yet).
The game takes place in Rome, a massive city three times bigger than Florence in the previous game.
Ezio has to build a new Assassin’s Guild in order to overthrow the Borgia rule of Rome. To recruit new assassins, Ezio has to complete missions around the city, then train and level up the assassins with extra weapons and skills. He can call on these assassins during the missions, and send them on separate missions around Europe. The city is dominated by Borgia towers which each exert a zone of influence — to free the city, he has to conquer each tower, find and slay its Borgia overlord, and set the building on fire.
The game will be released for the Xbox 3650 and PS3 on Nov. 16.
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