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Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood beta starts in October

Submitted by on Thursday, 9 September 20106 Comments

Ubisoft have just announced that the multiplayer beta for Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood will begin on October 4th, exclusively for PlayStation 3 users who have pre-ordered the game.

Beta users will be able to choose to play as nine different characters, including the courtesan, the doctor, the executioner, and the priest.

Two maps will also feature in the beta, Rome and Castel Gandolfo, and two modes are also available to play, both of which support eight-player games.

‘Wanted’ challenges players to kill their individually assigned target and escape, whilst trying to get a higher score than their opponent. ‘Alliance’ fuses co-op and competitive multiplayer, and sees two players fulfilling contracts and working against enemies together.

That’s all the information that has been released to the wider gaming community, so if you’re not fortunate enough to be in the beta then you’ll have to wait until the game is released on November 16th in North America and November 19th in Europe to find out more.