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Submitted by anarcrothe 1902d ago | interview

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - Interview

UGDB is chatting with Ubisoft Montreal's Producer Vincent Pontbriand bringing one of the most in-dept interviews ever made for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood [more than 20K characters long!]. Just few of the topics are: the story and the new setting; the new 40-year old Ezio; the new locations and environments, their dimensions, variety, and historical accuracy; how much research has been made creating them [with a note to some interesting facts]; the multiplayer modes and will it become a core part of the franchise; the new skills and acrobatics that Ezio will develop; some of the brand new weapons and Da Vinci's gadgets; some examples of the new missions; talking about the new horse mechanic, and even more... (Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

BannedForNineYears  +   1902d ago
Wow, some of those images are amazing.
I'm definitely hyped up for this!

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