Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Features, Story and Multiplayer Modes

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  • July 10, 2010

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Assassin’s Creed saga continues as Ubisoft announced Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.  Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood will be released  on16th Nov US, 18th EU & 19th UK. Ezio is back with a title of Master Assassin, this time. He is leading a Brotherhood of Assassins to hunt Templars in Assassins Creed Brotherhood, only game in the series to feature a multiplayer mode.

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Story

Ezio Auditore da Firenze is now a master Assassin. Templars attacked the town of Monteriggioni, in command of Cesare Borgia.The assassins are brought to verge of extinction and the Apple is lost.
Ezio must fight his way to Rome, headquarters of Templars to regain the Apple and bring Templars order to its knees.

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Features

Game Characters

Assassin’s
Ezio Auditore da Firenze, born in 1459, was an influential member of Assassin’s Order. He is a descendant to Altair Ibn La`Ahd and ancestor to Desmond Miles and Subject 16. After the murder of Ezio’s two brothers and father, he took refuge in town of Monteriggioni at the Auditore Family Villa, and yet was unaware of Assassin Heritage.

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli (3 May 1469 – 21 June 1527) was an Italian diplomat, political philosopher, musician, and playwriter, but foremost he was a civil servant of the Florentine Republic. Niccolo was a secret member of Assassins Order.

Mario Auditore (1434 – 1499) was the older brother of Giovanni Auditore and the uncle of Ezio. Like his brother he was an Assassin but he preferred combat style instead of stealth. Ezio received training from his uncle and after that both worked as allies.

Knights Templar

Rodrigo Borgia (1 January 1431 – 18 August 1503), was the leader of the Knights Templar during the Renaissance in Italy and was elected as Pope in 1492 to 1503 as Alexander VI. His enemies called him “The Spaniard” (due to his Spanish origins) while his Templar followers called him “Maestro” (“Master” in Italian and Spanish). He is the main enemy in Assassin’s Creed II.

Cesare Borgia (13 September 1475 – 12 March 1507) was the son of Rodrigo Borgia and the arch-enemy of Master Assassin Ezio Auditore. Like his father he was a Templar and soon became commander of Papal Army and then a leader in Templar Order.

Allies

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519) was an Italian polymath: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, botanist, writer and best friend in the Italian Renaissance.
He was a friend of Ezio in Assassin’s Creed II, his main role was to decipher the codex pages, which were actually design sketches of Ezio’s Hidden Blade. He also designed that Flying Machine that Ezio uses when he assassinates Carlo Grimaldi.

Caterina Sforza (1463 – 28 May 1509) was the Countess of Forlì and Imola and the daughter of Galeazzo Maria Sforza.

Multiplayer Characters
There are ten known multiplayer characters all of which are known to be Templars and each Multiplayer character will appear in SinglePlayer too.

The Doctor uses a syringe as his primary weapon. His outfit is different from the doctor in Assassin’s creed II and he wears a mask so that his true identity is unknown.

The Courtesan uses a fan as her primary weapon. Her abilities include Smoke Bombs, the Power Charge and the Morph Ability, she can also blend and have hidden Gun.

The Executioner uses an Axe as a primary weapon. He also has disguise ability.

The Banker uses a claw as his primary weapon. His abilities include Smoke bombs, Morph, poison & decoy, disguise, hidden Gun, speed boost and throwing Knives.

The Priest uses Dagger as his weapon.

The Hunter uses SwitchBlade as primary weapon.

The Barber uses razor as his primary weapon.

The Merchant

The Harlequin (limited edition/pre-order exclusive)

The Officer (limited edition/pre-order exclusive)

Giovanni Auditore da Firenze (limited codex edition exclusive, unknown if he’s a playable multiplayer character or singleplayer skin)

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Weapons, Abilities and Enemies

SinglePlayer

  • Longswords
  • Crossbow
  • Double Hidden Blades
  • Poison Darts
  • Hidden Gun(s)
  • Spears, Halberds and Pikes
  • Throwing Knives
  • Warhammers and Maces
  • Calivers
  • Wheellock Pistols
  • Axes

Multiplayer

  • Axe – used by the Executioner.
  • Fan – used by the Courtesan.
  • Syringe – used by the Doctor.
  • Dagger – used by the Priest, Harlequin and Officer.
  • Switchblade – used by the Hunter.
  • Claw – used by the Banker.
  • Razor – used by the Barber.
  • Hidden Gun (used as an ability)
  • Smoke Bomb (used as an ability)
  • Throwing Knives (used as an ability)

Multiplayer Abilities

  • Morph
  • Speed Boost
  • Disguise
  • Decoy
  • Poison
  • Power Charge
  • Firecrackers

Enemies

  • Papal Guards
  • Brutes
  • Seekers
  • Arquebusier
  • Militia Guards

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Multiplayer Modes
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood is the first game in series with a multiplayer mode.
One of the Mode was announced in July named “Wanted” in which 6 to 8 players are dropped in a map, and each player is assigned a target (some other player), now the player has to make his way to assassinate its target without losing his cover or he will be killed by his Predator.

Another mode called “Hunter Mode” makes one player an Assassin and others as Guards. Assassin is given a choice of choosing a class, no information has been released on classes. Assassin is assigned a target which flashes on his maps along with other Guards too. Now the Assassin has to make his way to his target and avoiding contact from the guards.

Physics and Effects
After some criticism from PC gamers about the Ragdoll falls in Assassins creed II, such as Borgia Messengers are likely to fall unrealistically. Ubisoft improved their graphics as well as physics including Ragdoll using the new edited “Havok” engine.

So what are your remarks ?.  Whats your opinion about the multiplayer modes in Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and the classes? what could be the possible classes ?.

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    • eziioo

      splitscreen would be bad.

      And there is a big point in multiplayer even without splitscreen… Nothing beats possible ‘clan’ freerunnings around the city etc.

      If multiplayer only has deathmatch modes its really going to suck.
      Some people want freeroam so they can kill guards and have races with buddies. What would be more epic than freerunning with 10 of your friends at the sametime?

      • UltimateAssasin

        Well, i see your point,it would be fun freeroaming with that many people, but some other people may want to kill other players as well. The game mode i think brotherhood should have is some sort of team deathmatch, the brotherhood versus the borgia. Now how fun would that be?

    • ac 3 like

      does it have split screen if it does that would be sooo cool
      if it doesnt then there isnt much point having multi player really

      some people says it has some people says it hasnt i hope so it has and co-op campain

      • jbl

        how is a split screen good for this game? Its suppose to be stealth oriented. It would be retarded to see the maps from 2 perspectives

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