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It’s the fourth game in the franchise, and just like the others, weaves real world history amongst global conspiracies and comes out with an ancient war being battled between the Templars and the Assassins.
Again, you are in the super-sneaky boots of Ezio Auditore, following the footsteps of legendary mentor Altaïr, as he quests to find five ancient seals. These seals – hidden along a perilous path – hold the keys to the future of the Assassin brotherhood, taking Ezio all the way to the heart of the Ottoman Empire in Constantinople.
- Hone the deadly art of assassination – As Ezio Auditore, wield the lethal skills of a wiser, more efficient assassin. Armed with a new arsenal of weapons and abilities including the hookblade, bomb crafting and a heightened Eagle Sense, you can kill with death-dealing proficiency.
- Herald the return of a legend – Assassin’s Creed Revelations features the return of Altaïr as a playable character, the hero of the original Assassin’s Creed.
- Journey to Constantinople – Explore picturesque settings, from Masyaf, the mountain stronghold of the Assassins during the Third Crusade to the vibrant and exotic Constantinople, the jewel of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th Century. Navigate crowded streets and vistas, through a cauldron of cultures as Constantinople comes to life.
- Meet new players to the Assassins Creed lore – Encounter memorable personalities, including fellow master assassin Yusuf Tazim, Prince Suleiman, destined to become one of the greatest monarchs in history, and Sofia Sorto, a simple woman who vies for Ezio’s heart.
- Test your skills as an assassin against your friends – the acclaimed online multiplayer experience returns, refined and expanded with more modes, more enthralling maps and new characters
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…sounds pretty much like we’d expected, and hoped for – Ubisoft again sticking to the mantra that if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.