EZIO auditore is getting old,in more ways than one. In Revelations, he'll be a 50-year-old man still climbing buildings, stabbing Templars and leaping from rooftop to rooftop. But he faces a bigger challenge than merely asking if the Vatican could be fitted with a stairlift in case he needs to punch the Pope again. Just think back to when you saw this game announced. Was your reaction 'Ezio again!' or 'Ezio again? Revelations It's Ezio in a new and dazzling setting, and one backed up with exciting new game mechanics and twists on the established formula. It's also something of a reunion special, bringing together all of the series' heroes.
explains Ubisoft's Carl Caldareri. "If we had to wrap it up, say what it's all about, it's his final battle against the Templars. He's older, he's more mature in this game, and his journey leads to memorable moments from Altair. It's not 'OK, I'm going to play Altair' or 'I'm going to play Ezio' and switching back and forth. It's playing Desmond, who plays Ezio, then Ezio playing Altair's memories. His lifespan was over 90 years, so these are not the moments you played in Assassin's Creed 1;
Revelations is primarily set in Constantinople,It's an inspired choice, not simply for its architecture and scale, but for the political wrangling and culture clashes the story can use to frame its war between Assassins and Templars.
All the major landmarks will be there to be climbed, from the Galata Tower to Hagia Sophia, with the main city split into four completely different districts,more variety than previous Assassin's Creed games.
Ezio is constantly sucked into side-missions that appear randomly around the map,"On a more tactical level, Ezio also gets to create bombs"