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User Info: DemonReacher

DemonReacher
4 years ago#1
Not just the Frontier and Homestead which I have fallen in love with exploring, but the multiplayer maps themselves? in Assassinate or capture the flag you play so much better if you just dont stop running and fully explore the rooftops and the entire map as if it were single player, whilst using animus shield to deflect pursuers knives or gun and smoke to stun them when they get too close.

In fact in wanted you can last friggen ages just running around keeping track of your pursuer. In Artifact Assault I will grab the other flag and just see how long I can stay alive for stunning and mainly free running on our half of the map so my team can kill them
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User Info: CharpandaV1

CharpandaV1
4 years ago#2
Not in this game.

The maps don't appeal to me as much as in ACB or ACR.
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User Info: DemonReacher

DemonReacher
4 years ago#3
I really miss Florence and San Donato actually from ACB. Also there arent many spots where your pursuer cant follow you if he doesnt have wallrunner anymore which is dissapointing. There are some maps with loads of rooftops you can just free run around on in this game.

I guess its not so much exploring but just free running around the map while doding pursuers without stunning them that makes the mp worth playing for me
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User Info: Pootbird

Pootbird
4 years ago#4
Love exploring the cities, they feel so lively

User Info: DemonReacher

DemonReacher
4 years ago#5
Yeah imo the cities in this game are a huge step up from Revelations, the crowd in Revs was so full and there wasn't much variety in the entire map. Also im loving upgrading my homestead and exploring that area at the same time and watching the community grow, its much better than the villa system from AC2 imo.
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User Info: LiquidAntagonis

LiquidAntagonis
4 years ago#6
I feel like the multiplayer maps are sort of small...They could be bigger. They're nice to look at and interesting to explore, but it doesn't take long to become familiar with each map's nooks and crannies.
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User Info: swordenthusiast

swordenthusiast
4 years ago#7
Well, I imagine that Ubi got a lot of complaints about Mt. St. Michel from Rev. being too ****ing big, so I'm not surprised that there aren't any huge maps in this version. And I have no problem with this because it used to take a damn minute to get to your targets the first time in Manhunt, which was 20% of each round wasted solely on travel.
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User Info: DemonReacher

DemonReacher
4 years ago#8
Well when you play pros in the old manhunts they actually run towards you to speed the whole process up, murrah murra!
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