Posted on Friday, July 27th, 2012 at 9:09 AM by Guest
Last night seen a trailer go live on GameTrailers which included details on the multiplayer story for the upcoming game Assassin’s Creed 3. Since last night, it’s been pulled off of many websites but not from all of them!
With the same narrator as the one from Revelations’ multiplayer, he portrays the multiplayer story as being a training exercise within Abstergo – nothing out of the unusual there for Ubisoft.
New features that were spotted in the video was a new artic map, obviously to suit the more colder climates Connor will be encountering during the single player story, and two new modes – Wolfpack and Domination. The old favourites of Manhunt, Wanted, Team Deathmatch and more seem to be returning for AC3.
Challenges between friends has been introduced as well, including Drive The Car, Open The Can and Meet Ted. Finally, could the multiplayer be more appealing now to gamers who play for the story as Ubi have mentioned at story quest – a mode where players can unlock new aspects to the story as they level up.
Interested in the AC 3 multiplayer or just really not bothered, let us know in the comment section below!
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