Dispatching Multiple Enemies Silently

#1BigWrubezPosted 11/27/2012 4:52:19 PM
Would anyone happen to have any good tips on how to dispatch two or more enemies with stealth? The ai is much smarter in this one in that once you kill one guy, let's say by hidden blade for example, the other will turn around at the sound of the body falling to the ground. I am impressed with how clever the developers have made the ai in this game but at the same time I am just curious to know if anyone has any good methods for their silent mayhem ;-)

Appreciate the response in advance, thanks guys and gals.
#2gtarockerPosted 11/27/2012 6:06:56 PM
Smoke bombs

Poison darts
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#3Shah138Posted 11/27/2012 6:12:25 PM
Yea, the enemies are really smart

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#4Twist3dPr0ph3tPosted 11/27/2012 6:50:38 PM
Double assassinations are done by holding RT and hitting X next to enemies, beyond that it's mostly up to tools / hiding spots.
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#5SuperFlikPosted 11/27/2012 6:54:57 PM
Stealth assassinate someone while unarmed.
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#6GaMiNg eLiTePosted 11/27/2012 8:36:20 PM
Use the mobile kill mechanic to your advantage. Hold X while walking into the first target, then (still holding X) continue walking to the second target. You can usually do this quickly enough to kill at least 3-4 enemies before they figure anything out, provided you start at the back.

At one point, I took out an entire 9-soldier patrol like this in broad daylight without being noticed. It was a little amusing that no one bothered to check why the drummer stopped playing, since he was the first one down.
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