Assassins Creed – Brotherhood: Expect Lots of Improvements for the Final Game
As the Assassin’s Creed beta closed last week, Ubi Montreal has stated that the beta stage has been a success, and they were able to gather lots of useful information to further improve the game. The beta version of Assassin’s Creed – Brotherhood featured two modes for the gameplay, with each mode having the ability to support up to eight gamers. In the “Wanted” mode, gamers were pitted against each other as they raced to get the best scores by getting rid of their targets. In the Alliance mode, gamers were paired with other players as they tried to fulfill contracts. Here’s a list of what gamers can expect from the final Assassin’s Creed – Brotherhood version:
- Better rematch
- Better display for scores
- Improved screen for the end game
- Better stun control
- Better matchmaking and voice chat features
- Improved sound effects
- Better lock mechanism
- Easier-to-handle controls for climbing
- Better kill cams
Aside from these bug fixes and improvements, players can also expect plenty of additional features that will make Assassin’s Creed – Brotherhood a one-of-a-kind experience. These add-on features include a whole new system for the Group Lobby, Alliance Mode teammate indicators, player list with player levels, sound effects if a pursuer is near, menus with team scores, and a more dynamic firecrackers and gun crowd.
With a release date for the final game this November, the changes and bug fixes will certainly make Assassin’s Creed – Brotherhood a much-awaited sequel.