Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Of Venice Now Live On Kickstarter

November 14, 2018 by brennon

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Triton Noir is now on Kickstarter with Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Of Venice. Take on the role of a band of Assassin's in 1509 Venice in this fully cooperative game for between one to four players.

Assassins Creed Brotherhood Of Venice - Triton Noir

Set between the events of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations the game has you playing through a campaign which has you dealing with the Templars and trying to unravel the web that they have set across the city.

You will be arming and upgrading your Assassins, giving them equipment and more that they will need to undertake their tasks, rushing through the city without being detected by the guards.

Assassin Pledge

Inside the Core Box, you'll find an array of different Assassin figures as well as plastic miniatures for all of your enemies too.

Assassins Creed Brotherhood Of Venice (Pledge) - Triton Noir

The game has the real feel of those older games within the Assassin's Creed series which were much more focused towards the idea of actually taking out targets...you know...like Assassins! The newer games in the series appear to have somewhat lost that in favour of simply being expansive exploration games.

You'll have noticed amongst the components above the Memory Envelopes which will contain all of the secret information and objectives that you will have to undertake each time you play. I love this touch, making it feel like you're solving a puzzle as well as playing through an exciting Assassin's Creed adventure.

A full rundown of the game is available to look at in more detail over on their Kickstarter Page.

Stretch Goals

As you might imagine the game has been doing very well on Kickstarter and with that comes plenty of stretch goals.

Assassins Creed Brotherhood Of Venice (Stretch Goals) - Triton Noir

Mounted soldiers, a rather insane looking tank from Leonardo DaVinci and plenty more cards too which will throw new events at you during your games.

This game seems to really embrace the feel of Assassin's Creed and get the notion of what it is to fight against the Templars as a Brotherhood within this universe.

Will you be checking this out?

"This game seems to really embrace the feel of Assassin's Creed..."

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