Assassin's Creed® Revelations

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Description

"Assassin’s Creed: Revelations remains a thrilling, violent and at times astounding adventure." - PCGamer.com

"The gorgeous city of Constantinople takes center stage in Assassin's Creed: Revelations, another great historical adventure." - Gamespot.com


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When a man has won all his battles and defeated his enemies; what is left for him to achieve? Ezio Auditore must leave his life behind in search of answers, In search of the truth.

In Assassin’s Creed® Revelations, master assassin Ezio Auditore walks in the footsteps of the legendary mentor Altair, on a journey of discovery and revelation. It is a perilous path – one that will take Ezio to Constantinople, the heart of the Ottoman Empire, where a growing army of Templars threatens to destabilize the region.

In addition to Ezio’s award-winning story, a refined and expanded online multiplayer experience returns with more modes, more maps and more characters, allowing you to test your assassin skills against others from around the world.


Key Features:

  • BECOME DEADLIER THAN EVER – Wield the lethal skills of a wiser, more efficient and deadlier Ezio. Swiftly eliminate your adversaries by deploying a new arsenal of weapons and abilities, such as enhanced free-running and hook blade combat. Experience new levels of gameplay customization with bomb crafting, and use heightened Eagle Vision to overcome your enemies and the environment.

  • HERALD THE RETURN OF A LEGEND – Experience the return of Altaïr, the hero of the original Assassin’s Creed, as a playable character.

  • JOURNEY TO CONSTANTINOPLE – Discover picturesque settings, from Masyaf, the mountain stronghold of the Assassins during the Third Crusade to the vibrant and exotic Constantinople, the jewel of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th Century.

  • TEST YOUR SKILLS AGAINST THE BEST – A critically acclaimed multiplayer experience gets even better, with all-new team modes and infinite replay value.

  • EXPERIENCE REVOLUTIONARY GAMEPLAY – Explore the farthest reaches of the Animus as you uncover the mysteries of Desmond’s past while gaining insight into what the future might hold.

Customer reviews

65

Expected more

Shaide | Sept. 26, 2014 | See all Shaide's reviews »

I am a huge fan of the Assassins Creed franchise, and have loved every instalment except this one. Don't get me wrong, it's a good game, but when compared to other chapters of the AC saga, it's depressingly bad in almost every regard!

First, the game is without question incredibly short. When I finished the game, I was actually surprised because it FELT like I should only have been a little over halfway through.

The graphics are nice! However, they aren't really any better than Brotherhood. So, while I wasn't too disappointed with the graphics, I also wasn't thrilled. I did expect more from the game, because it was a sequel, and I just naturally assume the graphics will be better than the previous title in the franchise.

The story and setting was poor at best, and while it could have been worse, it could have also been so much better. It feels rushed, and because of that served as a disappointed. However AC3 made up for the lackluster performance of Revelations.

75

Ezio's final story

Jericho417 | Aug. 9, 2014 | See all Jericho417's reviews »

I really loved AC 2 and Brotherhood, so I had high expectations for Revelations. It's the conclusion to Ezio's story, right? Well, unfortunately, it was a let down in so many ways. It felt really short, shorter than the previous games. Maps didn't feel as full and large as the other games. I had a difficult time getting multiplayer to work, nothing seemed to work. I had to tweak controls a bit because the default set-up felt a bit wonky. I liked all the added history, though. Presenting history in an enjoyable fashion, spurring curiosity and having an entry with more details worked well. Like the other AC games, the port was well done and didn't feel lacking. I liked Ezio and felt that his story could have ended better, though his after-the-game life seemed well enough.

82

A nice conclusion to Ezio Alditore

cocoawolf29 | July 28, 2014 | See all cocoawolf29's reviews »

The last part of Ezio's career as an Assassin, this makes a great game. Even as an old man, Ezio is an amazing assassin, and this game wraps up his life as a servant of the Assassin's nicely. The map is small and gameplay is shorter than Assassin's Creed II and Brotherhood, making it an easier game to do absolutely everything that can be done. It was also nice to get flash backs to Altair's life as an assassin, combining it with Ezio's world.

I loved seeing the architecture of a new area. It was very different from Italy's buildings, but it was still beautiful.

Overall, everything in this game was much simpler than in previous games. Less to do, though there was still a wide amount of things to collect and buy, a smaller map, a shorter game. However, I didn't find this to be a detraction. I found it nice to have a shorter game compared to the much more complicated predecessors. It's a simple game, but still quite enjoyable. It's a suggested play if you enjoyed seeing the other parts of Ezio's life.

78

3rd/3 in the Ezio series

TCass29 | June 24, 2014 | See all TCass29's reviews »

AC:R is a good Assassin's Creed game, but it absolutely does not live up to the expectations of Brotherhood or 2. Ezio is getting a bit older now so the game introduces some new mechanisms to help him get around. Whereas before he could jump to a higher ledge, he now extends a claw of sorts that reaches up and helps pull him to new heights.

Because this game takes place in other countries than Italy, the architecture changes (obviously) and it doesn't have the same feeling of renaissance-era grandeur.

The mechanics are similar to Brotherhood, but it just doesn't quite compete.

71

Very Bland

Cgtitan5 | April 15, 2014 | See all Cgtitan5's reviews »

Assassin's Creed Revelations is very mediocre. Aside from a few new features very little has changed from AC Brotherhood it terms of gameplay. I did enjoy that you could design your own bombs, I also enjoyed using the grappling blade. The story feels weak and very short compared to the other AC games.

I didn't really care or feel attached to any of the characters aside from Ezio, The architecture doesn't feel as grandiose as the other games I also wasn't as impressed as I usually am.The art seem alright but I was not a fan of the outfits at all. Overall I would rate this game slightly better than AC3.