Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood will be the same on both PS3 and 360 when it releases next month, Ubisoft Montreal’s assured.
“At the end of ACII we realised that the PS3 was sort of an afterthought – or, not that it was an afterthought, but we hadn’t fully debugged it until the very end, and we had a bunch of frame-rate issues and quality issues,” level design content director Phillipe Bergeron told IGN.
“This time around we knew that, because we went through it once, so we decided to attack it from the beginning and I think the final product is much more on the level, and even on some parts, the frame-rate is probably sometimes better on the PS3 than it is on 360.”
Bergeron’s comments follow widespread complaints that the PS3 version of Assassin’s Creed II was not up to scratch with the 360 version.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood releases on November 16 in the US and November 19 in the UK for PS3 and 360. It’s releasing for PC next year.
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