Assassin's Creed: Revelations Multiplayer Is Dripping With Death And Dubstep

Please, do not forget that this November's Assassin's Creed: Revelations has a multiplayer component -- just like last year's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood -- in which you'll have ample opportunity to stab others in the back, eviscerate them from the front or take them out at the legs.

What else can we learn from this all-too-short look at Assassin's Creed: Revelations multiplayer? That the Assassin's Creed series has some of the finest slow walking in the industry and that dubstep soundtracks continue to be a popular choice for video game trailers.

All this and more will be included in your copy of Assassin's Creed: Revelations when the game hits the PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 on November 15.

Assassin's Creed: Revelations Exclusive Multiplayer Kill Trailer [GameSpot]


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    That trailer was made much more exciting with the inclusion of Chase and Status.

    "All this and more will be included in your copy of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations when the game hits the PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 on November 15."

    Taking bets that the PC version will be delayed for over a month.

      +1

      Whether it might be due to Ubisoft's incompetence / adding more ridiculous DRM rootkits or lying on forums about DRM implementation... either way...delay probable

    If the multiplayer is anything like Brotherhoods multiplayer, then I will not be playing it.

    Not because it's bad, it's actually a good game that's different from pretty much every other multiplayer game. The reason is because I was always playing in matches hosted by people in AMERICA and FRANCE.

    Seriously, why do developers still force Australians to not play with other Australians? If they give us a local only search option then I would be playing many more different multiplayer games. I would be playing Assassin's Creed, I would be playing Space Marine. I would even be playing Dead Space 2 if I was actually allowed to play with other Australians.

      Yes. This.
      And, yeah, matchmaking that actually works. Or they could do themselves a favour and just release it with a server browser?

        A server browser, while good, will still be pointless if there are no Australian servers (FU Bad Company 2).

        What's really sad is that Section 8: Prejudice, an Xbox LIVE game for 10 bucks, not only has Australian servers but also a server browser! How does a 10 bucks worth game do a better job at multiplayer then triple A titles?

    Hahahaha the wobble when that dude is beating that chicks head in with a mace is so awesome.

    If Dubstep is in the game I will rage so hard.

      If Dubstep is in the game, I will *rave so hard...

    I assume that was the PS3 version? Graphics not very nice.

    didnt 300 teach us anything? slow motion is cool, but not when you do it every 2 seconds

    I loved Brotherhood mutiplayer, first game where I was top player having the less kills of all players, without running around killing everything or camping on one spot.

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