Mobile game creator Ubisoft has announced a new Assassin’s Creed game for mobile devices. This game, called Assassins Creed Rebellion, lets players build an assassin brotherhood and lead a fortress in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition. This strategy RPG takes you back to the 15th century, where you get to bring down evil Templars in a secret mission that brings together more than 40 assassins. This group of assassins includes Ezio, Aguilar, Shao Jun, Claudia, Machiavelli, as well as over 20 new characters created exclusively for Rebellion. Furthermore, you can play with several famous assassins at the same time, courtesy of a new version of Animus that combines the memories of Assassins.
Assassins Creed Rebellion was developed in collaboration with Behaviour Interactive Studio. Within the game, players get to create their Brotherhood headquarters, complete with new rooms where you can train new assassins. This fortress is your base of operations. More rooms and content become available as your Brotherhood progresses, along with other upgrade options. Also, you can create new items and equipment in the HQ.
The game lets you take teams of three Assassins into different infiltration operations. The missions vary in form: some are for the purpose of collecting resources to upgrade your characters, others are to reward players for creating new items. Furthermore, the characters have different skills that work for certain types of operations. This means that the gameplay can be affected by the way you develop your brotherhood. Also, the mission type can be affected by the way you develop your Assassins.
Right now the game is still being developed. However, Ubisoft plans to roll out the game on Android and other platforms soon. An Android version of at least 4.1 JellyBean is required to play Assassins Creed Rebellion. Also, it is optimized for Android phones with 2GB of RAM.
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