Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood starts right where Assassin’s Creed 2 ended, following Ezio and Desmond as they lead the fight against the Templars. In Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, Ezio Auditore will no longer be driven by a quest to avenge the murders of his father and brothers. The stakes are much higher now as he journeys into Rome, the center of Borgia power, greed and corruption. At stake is not only the city, but the Assassin brotherhood. Lose this fight and all of Italy will fall, succeed and a new Renaissance will emerge.
Many of the characters that players enjoyed in AC2 are back in AC Brotherhood. Ezio, The Pope, Rodrigo Borgia, Leonardo Da Vinci and Machiavelli. The main enemy of the game will be Cesare Borgia, the pope’s son.
As Ezio progresses throughout the story, he chooses certain characters to join his brotherhood. As he recruits new novice assassin members, Ezio will be able to send them on assignments. As they perform assignments, the novice assassins will gain experience and will progress to become master assassins. These assignments will be given by Ezio using a unique animus interface. Ezio will be able to customize his assassins and give them specific weapons. When they are not gone on assignments, Ezio will be able to call his assassins from anywhere and at anytime to help him complete his mission.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood will also employ a multiplayer element for the first time in the series. Details are to be announced later.
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