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AC Warrior Concerto

Youtube user Hamps/Kenion has released another mindsploding Assassin’s Creed video. My only question: Why the hell hasn’t Ubisoft hired this genius yet?

Before I say anything else, just watch it. Seriously, watch it.

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Assassin’s Creed: Warrior Concerto is the latest in Hamps’ series. Here’s his description of what it’s all about:

Goodbye Ezio and Altair ;_;
Back again with another one, continuing my series of these AC edits. This time with AC: Revelations as the theme. The Animus is falling apart, Desmond is trying to find himself, and Ezio and Altair are playing their swan song.

All footage was captured in-game on PC across AC1 and AC:R. Literally thousands of guards were harmed in the making of this video, hundreds of repeated jumps, multiple game playthroughs, failed camera alignments, and terabytes spanning multiple drives of trying to get the right kill at the right angle. This was the hardest edit of the series for me.

I didn’t think I’d be able to make this one after playing AC:R. The game doesn’t exactly lend itself to this sort of video. I had to come up with a lot of weird tricks to get the shots I needed. Ubisoft changes the cinematic kill with practically every game in the series and in this one getting the angle you need is impossible. Also, the only time AC:R gives you a kill cinematic is on the last guard of the pack. Ouch.

I chose “Warrior Concerto” since I felt it matched AC:R’s glitch motif. It’s an edit that I arranged to best suit the video’s pacing if you’re wondering why it’s a bit different.

This wasn’t his only most amazing Assassin’s Creed video, There are two that have captured my full attention, my next favourite to one of my old favourite tunes, Assassin’s Creed: Beautiful Lies and Assassin’s Creed; W.A.R. For the love of all things when Assassin’s Creed used to be the best shit ever, enjoy!


Last Updated: January 15, 2013

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