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Assassin’s Creed: Revelations plot trailer, pure exciting gameplay

What we have seen from the upcoming title from Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, so far has been spectacular it has to be said. With the launch of various trailers revealing some beautiful artwork and graphics to now see some of the in game graphics from the latest trailer that has been released, as opposed to the CGI, is a refreshing change.

Until now the only in game graphics trailer that we had brought you, which featured gameplay, was from the multiplayer preview. The trailer which we have for you today that can be viewed below, reveals a lot more of the story and the plot than has been seen before, focusing on Ezio Auditore once more as he explains the purpose of his quest.

Like the other trailers that Ubisoft have released for Revelations, this one is very gruesome and features some the cool executions we have grown to love, as well as being packed full of explosions. The main story involves the three main characters in this year’s game who are Altair, Desmond and Ezio. Be sure to check out the video below where the plot will be explained.

We previously brought you news that the game’s beta had gone live. When we first found out, it was limited access to those who have PlayStation Plus membership then later we brought you news that it was available to everyone, although this time there were only limited spaces available. Were you one of the lucky ones who were able to download the beta? What did you think of it?

What are your thoughts on Assassin’s Creed Revelations so far? Do you think it could be the best episode yet? Will you be getting it come November 15th? We’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions.

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Written by Chris Cook

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