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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:26am 30/08/10 | 6 Comments
Ubisoft have sent through a full gameplay video showing off the running demo they presented at GamesCom for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.

The video is a lengthy six minutes plus, but you get a pretty fundamental understanding of just how the game is going to work, and what also separates it from the previous Assassin's Creed titles. The city, they explain, is three times the size of Florence from Assassin's II, while Ezio will also be able to recruit, and command, other assassins within the game-world. You also interact with your own guild (that you build as you play and progress), expand and grow the city at large and much, much more.

Watch the video embedded below, or click here to download it.




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step
Posted 10:39am 30/8/10
Looks quite interesting.
Wrecktim
Posted 11:26am 30/8/10
sweet i loved ac2
Sc00bs
Posted 12:25pm 30/8/10
looks awesome
koopz
Posted 03:28pm 30/8/10
hmm.. should get ac2 done

vid looked great!
natslovR
Posted 06:04pm 30/8/10
I walked past a bookstore and there's an assassin creed novel based on the game in the new releases section.
d^
Posted 11:05pm 30/8/10
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