Reproducing real-life graphics from numerous games in the Assassin’s Creed franchise is one way for a diehard fan to demonstrate his commitment to the Brotherhood.
One Assassin’s Creed video game series fan demonstrated their commitment to the genre by building real-life versions of in-game pictures. One Assassin’s Creed enthusiast could link iconic sites from numerous Assassin’s Creed games to their real-life counterparts while traveling around France and Italy.
The Assassin’s Creed enthusiast known as Famous Blue Raincoat is the one who is responsible for taking these creative images. They have recently shared a collage of comparative screenshots on the Assassin’s Creed subreddit, showcasing their re-creations of sequences from both Unity and Brotherhood.
Photographs were taken by Famous-BlueRaincoat, a character from Assassin’s Creed Unity, in front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, France. Famous-BlueRaincoat took pictures in front of the Coliseum, the Arch of Constantine, and Castel Sant’Angelo while he was in Rome, Italy, on his vacation. These landmarks are used in the video game Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. They also went to the Pantheon and took pictures inside the Oculus and the Temple of All Martyrs while they were there. Even in pictures when Ezio or Arno, two of the player characters of Assassin’s Creed, was visible, Famous-BlueRaincoat posed for the camera while wearing a hood over their head. When compared side by side with their equivalents in video games, it is nearly impossible to distinguish between the two.
Finally, I did it… recreated all these scenes… from assassinscreed
The overworld of Assassin’s Creed is praised for its historical authenticity, even though the game is filled with mystical artifacts, ancient mysteries, and predecessor races. Assassin’s Creed does a great job of reproducing renowned places, even though the game handles parts of its backstory very carelessly. Because of this, Assassin’s Creed even developed a mode for Origins called Exploration Tour, which lets players explore ancient Egypt without engaging in combat or completing tasks. Because of this mode’s positive reception, it was extended to Valhalla and Odyssey, and it is now utilized as a teaching tool worldwide.
The Assassin’s Creed video game fans were eager to compliment Famous-BlueRaincoat on the screenshots they took while on their excursions. Several fans were envious of the trip, and many anticipated participating in activities and projects of a similar nature during future global tours. Several fans shared their experiences traveling to landmarks featured in Assassin’s Creed, saying it was unreal to “see the game map in real life.” Fans of Assassin’s Creed and people interested in history were both made to have a better day by the uplifting post.
There have been 12 main games released in the Assassin’s Creed franchise up until this point, and during that time, hundreds of locations and landmarks have made an appearance in the series. Fans that travel to these locations and educate themselves on the significance of their historical periods will forever be able to compare the real-life facts and sights to those shown in Assassin’s Creed. Fans will soon have plenty of new places to visit in real life after seeing their in-game Assassin’s Creed counterparts in Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Codename Red, and Assassin’s Creed Jade and Hexe, respectively. Mirage will occur in Iraq, and Codename Red, Jade, and Hexe will occur in Japan, China, and elsewhere in Europe, respectively.