Assassin’s Creed storyline secret spoiled on TV

15 December 2006
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Assassin's CreedUbisoft Montreal’s 2007 action game Assassin’s Creed is set in 1191 AD during the Third Crusade. As the assassin Altair, players are tasked with eliminating key figures on both sides of the war in an attempt to end the hostilities. Not only does Assassin’s Creed offer new stealth mechanics thanks to its social camouflage feature, it also showcases new acrobatic maneuvers using the immediate environment around Altair that haven’t been seen before in a game. While there were some curious hints as to whether or not the entire game would be set solely in the Third Crusade thanks to some of the video clips that have been released, and the fact that the developers want it to be a Trilogy, we were looking forward to potentially changing the course of history.

But will we? DO NOT read on if you hate spoilers!

Interestingly, it seems as though the medieval action title isn’t exactly what it seems. Looks like there’s more of a sci-fi twist to the game than we initially thought. In an interview with IGN TV, Kristen Bell, the star of Veronica Mars explains her connection to the upcoming game as a voice actress. She reveals the sci-fi premise behind the game: “It’s actually really interesting to me. It’s sort of based on the research that’s sort of happening now, about the fact that your genes might be able to hold memory. And you could argue semantics and say it’s instinct, but how does a baby bird know to eat a worm, as opposed to a cockroach, if its parents don’t show it? And it’s about this science company trying to, Matrix-style, go into peoples brains and find out an ancestor who used to be an assassin, and sort of locate who that person is.”


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