Build your own Brotherhood with Assassin’s Creed Rebellion


There’s More Than 1 New Assassin’s Creed Game This Year

Assassin’s Creed returns to the 15th century with Assassin’s Creed Rebellion, a free-to-play strategy RPG just announced for iOS and Android devices. The game is being developed in close collaboration with Behaviour Interactive studio.

The game will allow you to play as the familiar assassin’s you love. Along with over 20 new assassin’s that are able to be unlocked in the game. You’re able to play as these assassin’s simultaneously due to a new version of the Animus that merges the memories of several Assassins together.

The new title also contains a new chibi-esque are style which sets it apart from other games in the well known series.

The official plot description from the Ubisoft Blog is below:

Set in Spain during the height of the Inquisition, Assassin’s Creed Rebellion lets you build out your Brotherhood HQ with new rooms that enable you to train your Assassins and craft new items and equipment. As you level up your Brotherhood, additional rooms and other content become available, opening up new upgrade options. Your fortress also serves as a base of operations before taking teams of three Assassins into various infiltration missions. Different skills and character combinations are better suited to some missions than others, so the way you develop your Brotherhood can have a big impact on gameplay. The types of missions you pursue also have an effect on how your Assassins develop: standard missions are key for gathering resources to upgrade your Assassins, while Loot missions will earn materials for crafting. New Assassins are unlocked by collecting their DNA fragments in Story or Legacy missions.

Assassin’s Creed Rebellion is currently in development, with a worldwide release coming soon to iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android platforms.

You can view the first trailer here:

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