Assassin’s Creed: The Fall Available on iPadNews
If you are an Assassin’s Creed fan, then you might be interested in checking out Ubisoft’s tie-in comic, The Fall, which tells the tale of Russian assassin Nikolai Orelove. It is now available on the iPad for $.99 for the first issue. With each of the following comics it will cost $2.99 through the in-app purchase.
The sequel for Assassin’s Creed: The Fall is already planned for this summer called, Assassin’s Creed: The Chain. Not only is this next comic going to leave off where The Fall left off, but it is also going to shed some new light on the up and coming Assassin’s Creed 3.
Today Ubisoft announced that Assassin’s Creed The Fall is now available for download exclusively on the iPad, starting at 69p.
Developed by Ubisoft Pune, Assassin’s Creed The Fall follows the story of master assassin Nikolai Orelov, and his adventurous journey that will give readers a whole new look into the Assassin’s Creed universe. A universe that fans of the critically acclaimed Assassin’s Creed franchise have loved since the beginning of the war between Templars and Assassins. A universe for comic book aficionados old and new, who will get a taste of the expansive universe of one of the most highly anticipated games of 2012.
In Assassin’s Creed The Fall, comic book fans will seamlessly slide from one page to the next as they learn about new characters and a new storyline. Fans will also have a choice of navigation, view, and whether or not they want to read it in colour or black and white.
To download the application from the App Store, please go to http://itunes.apple.com/uk/app/assassins-creed-comics/id500688906?mt=8&uo=4
About Assassin’s Creed The Fall
Written and illustrated by renowned comic-book authors, Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl, Assassin’s Creed The Fall follows 19th Century Russian Assassin Nikolai Orelov as he strives to claim an artifact of immense power from the hands of the Templars, leading to a climactic and violent showdown with the ruthless Tsar Alexander III aboard a speeding train.
Meanwhile in modern times, a troubled young drifter copes with unsettling visions of a possible past life – visions that have irreversible consequences for the present.