It was inevitable that the Ubiosoft series, Assassin’s Creed, would get the multiplayer treatment. It’s the new trend that seems to be required for gamers to become interested. Whether the game needs it or not, adding multiplayer to predominantly single player games will increase sales.
The multiplayer beta has been underway for a while and it’s looking a lot like the single player experience. You have several classes to choose from including a Doctor, Executioner, Prowler, and many others that are available in the beta. The game is supposed to be set in a ”real world environment” but you see multiple players with the same clothes on, which kind of ruins what they’re aiming for. The beta seems fun, but it’s kind of unclear on what the goal is.
Things just sort of happen without any knowledge of what’s really going on. Ubisoft’s game looks like a lot of fun regardless but will probably make more sense when you get your hands on it. Unsure if there’s some extensive customization in the game but that would definitely make the game “pop” a little more.
Check out the video below. Assassins Creed Brotherhood is set to release on November 16th.
Xbox 360 Games – E3 2011 – Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
Tags: Assassins Creed Brotherhood, beta, multiplayer, UbiSoft
Posted October 6th, 2010 in News by Michael