Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Takes You On A Tour Of Rome

One of the key draws of the upcoming Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is that it includes an all-new city for you to explore: Rome, home to the Vatican and a damn fine cup of coffee.

It's a shame there's no coffee on offer in the game, then, but the Vatican at least plays a starring role. In this clip, comprised entirely of in-engine footage, we'll see not only the highlights of this new playground but also be reminded just how tough it is telling Assassin's Creed's main characters apart. Everyone's either a thin man with frilly clothes and a beard, or a fat man with frilly clothes and a beard!

Brotherhood will be out next month on Xbox 360 and PS3, with a PC release planned early next year.


    Personally, I think the game seems too similar to Assasins Creed 2.

    The levelling and adding stats to other Assasins also seems forced.

    I also have a feeling that the summoning fellow assasins mechanic would be similar to hiring mercenaries in AC2.

      Wow lucky guy got to play the game early and come to these opinions. Right? I mean you wouldn't be basing these conclusions without playing the game would you?

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