Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is a title that comes with the task of answering some questions. Firstly, what exactly was the significance of the huge room full of Animii? Incidentally, this is the correct plural for Animus, as pointed out by Ubisoft's creative director Patrice Desilets. But this is not the only question. If Brotherhood can not properly be regarded as an "Assassin's Creed III", why the title is exactly one of the most anticipated for this year? Very simple: because now you can kill with elegance and discretion within the multiplayer modes, of course. But after all, is it possible to turn a game typically focused on the plot as Assassin's Creed in a decent multiplayer? Apparently, yes. Ok, there is a great story behind the idea of killing random individuals on the streets of Rome. Only that Ubisoft seems particularly keen to create an entirely new mechanical, full-featured unprecedented in the franchise, to make mass murder more fun.
In order to prevent the multiplayer mode AC: Brotherhood becomes just "one", Ubisoft has taken some care. The idea is to keep the climate stealth at all costs, making you really feel the role of a hired assassin. In other words, rush towards your target and you will be quickly found by the subject that you have targeted. Simple, elegant and realistic. Before entering the game, you have to choose one of available skins: a doctor, a priest, a courtesan, and so on. As you enter the game, you will be informed about who is your target . The hunt then begins.
In a city like Rome, it is natural that there are dozens of passersby in the streets all the time. To mingle among them, you simply loosen the controls: your character will roam among the other naturally, without outlining any suspicious movement - blending in perfectly with a character controlled by the computer. But when speed is required, simply press the left bumper of control. You can then run, jump and climb your target while following the map. As you approach, you will receive notice to stop, so as not to arouse suspicion. If you continue running, you will alert your target - their position would appear on the radar - and a classic hunt will begin. Yes, the rush fever can also work. However, what about earning some extra style, killing quietly and without leaving evidence? If you opt for a subtle approach, you can get very close to the target - the left bumper will catch the camera - and when you're close, just unleash your blade.