Ubisoft Releases AC: Revelations Launch Trailer

Right now, as gamers, we couldn’t have it any better. With the like of Batman: Arkham City, Uncharted 3, Modern Warfare 3 and Skyrim, not to mention an onslaught of other superb games, even at TSA Towers we’re struggling to throw enough pennies together for the biscuit fund.

As if things couldn’t get any better (or worse depending on your monetary angle,) Ubisoft is launching its fourth mainstream instalment to the Assassin’s Creed franchise, bringing with it the final chapter of Ezio de Auditore Firenze.


It’s not very often we get to witness the birth, the life, and (quite possibly) the death of a character in any medium, but if this trailer is anything to go by, along with the series’ track record for narrative, it’s going to be a scorcher.



  1. Who was doing the voice over at the beginning? Sounded like the actor who played Gandalf.
    Looking really good!

    • Ian McKellen?

      • Sir Ian McKellen.

        and i don’t think it was him.

      • That’s the guy I was thinking of!

    • It actually sounds like Terence Stamp. From Star Wars Phantom Menace – Chancellor Valorum.

      • don’t forget Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

      • I thought it was Patrick Stewart. It usually is.

  2. Looks amazing but visually its looks worse then Assassins Creed 1. The shading looks weak and ruins the affect in the shadows and that it removes the aura it can be a dark game.

    then again technically its cant be helped as the consoles are an aged technology and as ubisoft doesnt want to improve their games visually on the PC because that would mean EFFORT.

    • Nonsense,nonsense,nonsense.

    • Who let in the comedian?

    • “Looks amazing but visually its looks worse then Assassins Creed 1”

      A contradiction in itself……..

  3. Have had an email from Ubisoft this morning saying my Animus edition has shipped. Very interested to see when this will actually turn up….

  4. Can’t wait to get my hands on them tomorrow/Saturday ^^

  5. This did nothing for me. The story never drew me in and there was never enough stuff to keep it fresh. also, a bigger play area doesn’t make a better game, it still becomes boring as hell once the story is finished

  6. Looks great story wise.

  7. Throwing swords look interesting if it’s an attack. I like the ‘bigger’ tag.

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