Assassin's Creed: Revelations to leave unanswered questions

Assassin's Creed: Revelations

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations will be the end of Ezio’s trilogy, but that doesn’t mean there will be a shortage of unasnwered questions when those credits roll.

Lead writer Darby McDevitt said that Desmond’s story will continue after Revelations, so Ubisoft has to leave something for the next entry in the series.

"Well, we wont answer everything because Desmond’s story continues," he said. "But fans will definitely know most of the important details of Ezio and Altair’s lives, and how they fit into the grand scheme."

McDevitt also talked about Ezio’s fate, which is an interesting topic considering the fact he’s 52 years old in the upcoming sequel.

"52 is a good age, but one must remember that Ezio and Altair are rather special people," he explained. "Also, although 52 was old in the 1500s, it wasn’t uncommon for people to live for quite a long time. Suleimon the Magnificent lived to around 70, and one Janissary [Sultan’s bodyguard] that we found lived to be 104."

Lastly, McDevitt added that "hardcore fans know the logic of the Animus prevents us from seeing certain things in a character’s life – but we also know how to pull a few devious tricks. Just wait and see."

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations is set to come out on November 15 for the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.



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