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Assassin’s Creed Revelations Officially Announced

Following the leaked information earlier this week, Ubisoft has officially announced the first details on where the game will take place.

Ezio heads to far away shores....

AC: Revelations will once again follow the adventures of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, the main protagonist of the last two AC games. The player will follow Ezio as he heads East to Constantinople, walking in the footsteps of his ancestor, AltaĆ­r, in order to further investigate the mysteries of the templar order, and their ongoing war with the Creed.

Ubisoft also announced that the hughly acclaimed multiplayer experience from Brotherhood will be back, featuring “more modes, more maps and more characters”. The company also anounced that players will have the ability to “manipulate the construct of Desmond’s memories and the Animus to decipher the mysteries of his past and gain insight into the future.”

Revelations has also been described as the final chapter of the Ezio trilogy. More information is

likely to be made available at next moths E3.

There has been one official image released from the game so far, showcasing Ezio using an entirely new tool known only as the “hook blade”, which you can see below. The game itself is scheduled for a release in November of this year.

Just hangin' out bro!

So are you excited to see Ezio in action again? Or do you think that the team at Ubisoft should have went in a different direction? Sound off in the comments section!

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Ubisoft go to the Movies

Video game publishing giant Ubisoft are making the leap from consoles to the silver screen.

The publisher has launched Ubisoft Motion Pictures, with the view of adapting their franchises into films and television shows.

*Insert roaring lion here*

The company’s studio will be based in Paris and will be ran by Jean-Julien Baronnet, the former CEO of Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp. Producer Didier Lupfer will be the head of production and development, and former Disney France executive Jean de Rivieres will oversee marketing and international sales.

So what does this mean for it’s most popular franchises? We have already seen a Prince Of Persia film, which was met with mixed reviews but performed well financially. Personally I would love to see a big screen version of Assassin’s Creed, and Splinter Cell is ready and waiting to be made into a bourne-esque flick. Time will tell, but it looks like we will be seeing more video game adaptations hit our cinema screens in the very near future.

George Clooney as Sam Fisher? FTW or epic fail?