Assassins Creed III to feature four player online co op mode

Assassin's Creed III, Ubisoft's upcoming back-stabbing adventure, will include an online co-operation mode for up to four people.

Assassin's Creed III, Ubisoft's upcoming back-stabbing adventure, will include an online co-operation mode for up to four people.

 
The multiplayer mode will allow between two and four people to get in on the Assassins versus Knights Templar action, with players able to find team-mates from across the world.
 
The game will also feature the other multiplayer modes that came with Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, such as free-for-all and team, with various maps and mission objectives. This should add some longevity to the game once the single-player gameplay is fully experienced.
 
 Assassins Creed III to feature four player online co op mode
 
Ubisoft is also promising that the use of its new AnvilNext game engine will make Assassin's Creed III look like a next-generation game on existing consoles. While this is obviously a marketing ploy, the studio is promising some big improvements to the graphics, including more realistic facial animations, in addition to better artificial intelligence.
 
The launch trailer for the game shows the American Revolution setting, revealed by Ubisoft last week, along with a new main character, Connor, who is half Native American, making for an interesting divergence from the settings and characters of the previous installments. It also demonstrates some of the cool new moves we can expect.
 
 
Source: CVG