While we have all been getting excited for the Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood multiplayer, little has been heard or seen of the single player campaign. That changes today. The trailer shows off some of the new moves that Ezio is going to have in his arsenal this time around. Set to some non-period music with vocals that remind me of the song that played in Red Dead Redemption when Marsten crossed into Mexico for the first time, the trailer more than does its job of pimping the single player portion of this game.
It showcased a few new weapons that Ezio will now be able to use at his disposal. I can’t wait to use the spear and crossbow to kill some Renaissance men.
I have yet to finish Assassin’s Creed II, but I cannot wait for AC: Brotherhood to come out. I was just excited to play multiplayer games in this universe, but now I’m looking forward to continue the quest Desmond set out on when this franchise began. I just hope they haven’t let the single player experience take a backseat while they concentrated on the multiplayer.
Either way, we will find out when Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood comes out on November 16, 2010.