Ezio Auditore and His Brotherhood Face a Long Trial Ahead

August 20, 2010 Written by Jonathan Leack

The Assassin’s Creed series, while a new franchise this generation, has already secured a large fanbase. The second installment for the series was one of the most well-received titles of 2009, and the sequel looks to improve upon it’s solid execution. One impressive feat for Ubisoft’s upcoming action title is that the single-player story will not only feature quality, but quantity as well.

Ubisoft director Gaelec Simard told press at gamescom that the single-player campaign will clock in at around 15 hours in length. Surprisingly, the figure doesn’t factor in the side-quests or the great upcoming multiplayer modes, both of which were the most memorable features shown at E3.

If you haven’t already, check out the Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood E3 demonstration below and see for yourself why Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood looks like it’ll be the best of the series.


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