Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Multiplayer Tips

Written by zachinglis January 21st, 2011

I’ve just reached Level 48 and I wanted to give a lot of tips that I wish I knew when I started.

Stun­ning

Stun­ning peo­ple face-to-face never works unless they are no where near their con­troller. It’s best to run…

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I’ve just reached Level 48 and I wanted to give a lot of tips that I wish I knew when I started.

Stun­ning

Stun­ning peo­ple face-to-face never works unless they are no where near their con­troller. It’s best to run away, use an abil­ity or hope they are aim­ing for the per­son next to you. Hit them from the side or behind.

Coun­ters

A counter hap­pens when you press the direc­tional stick towards the player and press the X but­ton. You will get the kill as long as you press it within a sec­ond of the enemy press­ing B, you will get the kill.

Most coun­ters do not show for the killer, only for the defender.

Mute

Mute is a good tool, as long as you use it cor­rectly. It won’t mute if they are on a dif­fer­ent plane (if you’re on a roof and they’re slightly lower or higher) or such it will not work. You also have to use it ear­lier than you’d orig­i­nally suspect.

I’ll add more tips as I think of them.

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