A few hours before the end of E3, the people at Ubisoft offered us 15 minutes with Patrice Desilets, the creative director of Assassin's Creed. I said "offered" because interviewing Patrice is always a real gift. He's a warm and passionate fellow. And he happens to be very talkative when it comes to Assassin's Creed 2, one of the biggest project ever created by Ubisoft, a game that must not disappoint the fans who have been eagerly expecting its release. Six million people played the first game two years ago. Surprisingly enough, Patrice Desilets doesn't seem to be under pressure at all. Relaxed and smiling, he tells us about all the new features of the game (get ready for some exclusive new info), about Da Vinci's role and relationship with Ezio or even about the importance of shower pommels in the creative process of the franchise. Assassin's Creed 2 will be released on November 17 this year and as for the interview, it's right here.
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