Ubisoft have released single player gameplay footage for the next instalment in the Assassin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood. The single player gameplay footage that is seen in the video clocks in at a mighty impressive 7:38 seconds long and from whats seen in the video, it looks superb.
Combat has been improved by what can be seen in the video with guards now attacking all at once rather than waiting for someone to die before having their turn, the special effects have been improved in a big way with buildings crumbling after being attacked and now it seems that smashed walls etc are now possible to climb. The special effects in the scene that shown in the video really are amazing and this game looks like its going to top the fantastic, Assassin’s Creed 2. Climbing seems another area that has been improved with quicker response and also Ezio can use lifts to get to higher levels quicker.
Its really looking like a top title even at this early stage and I cant wait to see more of this in the coming months. Check out the gameplay footage video below –
Thanks to Ubisoft for the video.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is released for the PS3 on September 7th in both standard and collectors codex edition.
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