Im struggling to find multiplayer matches now, ive been away from the game for a good few months due to personal reasons but im surprised that it looks like theres only a small following now
Maybe we can arrange some sort of community night for Revelations mp because its still as fun as ever, im sure there must be people on these forums who still play it
I'll be picking up AC3 so happy to join in a fun night for it
I gave Revelations a miss as it didn't seem that different from the previous one so can't join you on that
In all honesty if you've got Brotherhood or even AC2 i wouldnt bother with Revelations, if just feels like Brotherhood with a few new features (its cool being able to play as Altier and Ezio in the same game) but Revelations is pretty cheap now so its worth getting just to add to your AC collection plus it comes with AC1 free on the disk which is a pretty cool bonus
Brotherhood and Revelations felt like DLC/spin off's to AC2
Ubisoft have put alot of effort into making a multiplayer thats different to all the others and they definitely need praise for that but i cant see it catching on because of COD and Battlefield which is a real shame
Well we will have to change that opinion I don't have a high Mb internet so this is why I have not done an event myself but I will be your right hand girlio. This will change when I move house in a year or so. Watch out lol.
I think the AC multiplayer is actually pretty hard for new users. It's got quite a bit of a learning curve. I think, hence why new users to the series just don't put in the time to learn the multiplayer whereas CoD / Battlefield are kind of pick up and play games.
Im generally more of a single player person but when i find a multiplayer i enjoy ill stick with it like assassin's creed and battlefield 3
I wont be back to my PS3 until the end of the month but when i get back to england ive got a few new games sitting on my shelf all sealed up waiting to be played (ratchet & clank trilogy, arkham city, bulletstorm and lego harry potter)
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