Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Beta Available For PSN Plus

Assassins Creed Brotherhood

If you are one of the lucky chumps subscribers of PSN Plus, the content-based premium access plan for the Playstation Network, then it’s time to go back to Venice. The multiplayer beta for Assassin’s Creed: Brother is now open and ready for all your murdering pleasure.

The not-quite sequel to Assassin’s Creed 2 drops on November 16th, so that gives you more than a month to learn all the tricks of the trade so you can pwn the noobs once the game is officially out. If you do download the beta, try to remember that it is for testing purposes, so if you see something glitchy, be sure to let someone know. We wouldn’t want Mitch to buy it on Day 1 and then have the game crash on him, would we?

In case you have no idea what this is all about, check out this nifty guide of Seven Things To Know Before Playing Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood from the fine folks at 1UP. I plan on downloading this right now. Should I expect to see anyone else on there? Anyone a big enough fan that they plan on signing up to PSN Plus just to taste the beta?

Source: Playstation Blog

Source: 1UP

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2 thoughts on “Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Beta Available For PSN Plus”

  1. It’s a shame that this is only on PSN Plus, because I’m kind of dying to check this out. The multiplayer portion of this game is still the big question here.

  2. Mmm, beta test on STEAM please? I’m really curious to see how the multiplayer works, because I’m still not sure if I wanna spend 60 bucks on this right after New Vegas.

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