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Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is a 2010 activity experience computer game created by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft.It is the third significant installment in the Assassin’s Creed series, and an immediate sequel to 2009’s Assassin’s Creed II. The game was first released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in November and December 2010 and was subsequently made accessible on Microsoft Windows in March and June 2011.
The plot follows the centuries-old struggle between the Assassins, who battle for harmony with unrestrained choice, and the Templars, who desire the same however through control. The outlining story is set in the 21st century and features series protagonist Desmond Miles who, with the guide of a machine known as the Animus, relives the memories of his ancestors to figure out how to deflect the 2012 apocalypse. The principle story takes place following the plot of Assassin’s Creed II, highlighting Assassin Ezio Auditors da Firenze in sixteenth century Italy and his quest to restore the Assassin request, and destroy his enemies: the Borgia family.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is set in an open world and presented from the third-person perspective with an essential focus on using Desmond and Ezio’s battle and stealth abilities to dispose of targets and investigate the climate. Ezio can unreservedly investigate sixteenth century Rome to finish side missions from the essential storyline. The game acquainted a multiplayer segment with the series, depicted as a Templar preparing program.
The game got basic approval, with critics praising its setting of Rome, content, interactivity improvements over its predecessor and the expansion of a multiplayer mode; the story got a mostly positive response, albeit several critics discovered it to be sub-par compared to Assassin’s Creed II’s. It also won different awards including a BAFTA grant for Best Action Game. It was continued in November 2011 by Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, an immediate sequel that served as a conclusion to Ezio’s story and proceeded with the story of Desmond Miles.
Operating System : Windows Xp,7,Vista,8,10
Video Memory: 256 MB Graphic Card
CPU:Intel Core 2 Duo @ 1.8 GHz
Hard Space: 8 GB Free
Sound Card : Yes
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is an activity experience computer game with the principle emphasis on nonlinear, sandbox-style interactivity, parkour movements, swarm mixing stealth, assassinations, and skirmish battling system. The battle system features several improvements and without precedent for the series, the game offers a multiplayer mode alongside 15+ hours of single-player interactivity.
The game introduces another administration system: the player can enlist new members by destroying any of twelve “Borgia towers” around Rome where ecclesiastical troops are stationed and afterward rescuing disgruntled citizens in their districts from being harassed by guards. The player, as Ezio, would then be able to send them to assignments around Europe or call them for support during missions (in the event that they are not previously involved). Tasking the beginner Assassins makes them acquire insight, and the player can customize their appearance, skills, and weapon preparing to some degree by spending the skill points they have procured. Assassins can pass on missions, from which they won’t return. Ezio masters new gadgets, such as Leonardo da Vinci’s parachute, which can be used when hopping from tall buildings, alongside poison darts, a faster acting poison, a crossbow, and the capacity to hold and toss heavier weapons like axes.
The essential setting is Rome, which has crumbled to pieces because of the bad standard of the Borgia papacy and the Templars over the Papal States and focusing all the abundance in the Vatican. The player has to overcome and destroy Borgia towers to free city zones from the family’s influence. Completing this unlocks new missions and opportunities. Rome is bigger than any of the cities in the first two installments (Rome is three times greater than Florence from Assassin’s Creed II) and includes five districts: (Vatican), Central (Centro), Trans-Tiber (Trastevere), Country (Campagna) and Antique (Antico). In contrast to the previous installments, travel between various cities or regions is not, at this point present, as most of the move in the game makes place around the city of Rome. Instead, a series of passage networks all through the city allows the player to make a trip to various sectors of the city easily. Anyway players will actually want to investigate the whole city of Rome, and, during story missions, visit the harbor of Naples; a piece of Navarre, Spain; Valentina, Lake of Nevi and present-day Monteriggioni.
The battle system has been altered. Striking first and offensive actions are more dangerous in Brotherhood than previous games where counter-attacks were the most effective. Previously, this made the player stand by until the AI struck, which slowed down the speed of battling. The AI in this game is thus more aggressive and enemies can assault simultaneously. To dispatch them, Ezio can use scuffle and went weapons at the same time, as well as presenting the secret pistol in battle. In the wake of slaughtering one foe the player can start an execution streak to dispatch numerous enemies rapidly. Ezio can toss hefty weapons (axes, spears, and swords) at his enemies. There are new adversary archetypes notwithstanding those seen in Assassin’s Creed II such as horsemen, arquebusiers, ecclesiastical guards and others.
Horses assume a bigger part in Brotherhood, not just used as a means of transport (inside the city interestingly) however as a segment of aerobatic sequences and progressed battle as well, permitting ran weapons to be used while riding them. Brotherhood also introduces various types of horse-related assassinations, including horse-to-horse assassinations. There are natural objects like the vase in Assassin’s Creed II to move faster inside the city (a system of tunnels around the city permit fast travel), as well as new objects such as merchandise lifts to rapidly move up high buildings or structures.