Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut was first released in 2008 and since this time, it has served to redefine the entire world of action-adventure RPG games. With nearly unparalleled graphics, intense gameplay and superior technical rendering, this platform can be considered to be the digital grandfather of subsequent games. However, there are many more aspects to enjoy than the visual realism alone. Players are immediately immersed into a rich, unpredictable and engaging storyline.
Plot and Basic Gameplay
Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut is set within ancient Jerusalem. It takes place during the Third Crusade; a time of turmoil and political upheaval. As the title of the game already suggests, the main player has taken on the role of a trained assassin. Two organizations known as The Brotherhood and the Knights Templar are at odds with one another. It is the responsibility of the protagonist to achieve various objectives while simultaneously protecting the order that he has sworn to uphold.
Other Unique Features
Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut allows the player to interact with random crowds while the level of visual realism is stunning to behold. Nine eye-catching wallpapers, an original soundtrack and a detailed manual are included within this bundle. As there is a significant amount of violence, the platform is only suitable for mature audiences.