View Full Version : Urban spaces got bigger

11-28-2010, 06:22 AM
This is something I've been thinking about recently, AC1, AC2 and ACB have been all set in periods where major urban centre's are actually quite small. However if it were to move into the 19th, 18th and even 17th century then major cities within Europe and America became quite large, and also the boulevards and streets became much, much wider making jumping from roof to roof quite difficult. Take Paris for instance, a destination many seem to think will be featured in the next AC game (well France) it'd be very hard to fit the entire city into the game given its size and its physical structure would change the nature of the Assassins Creed games significantly surely? What do others think and are there ways Ubisoft could get around these issues or does it mean the games style of play needs to change?

11-28-2010, 06:41 AM

There are those 2 ropes strapped together all around rome and italy...

They even help ezio get to Tiber Island