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Maps

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood ships out with 8 multiplayer maps. There are an additional 2 which you can get from pre orders or special editions.

Rome

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“The Pantheon stands in Rome, commissioned by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of the Ancients. Religious processions frequently march past it and the bustling marketplace in front welcomes traders from across Europe.”

San Donato

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“San Donato is a peaceful village in the Milanese countryside.”

Firenze

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“The marketplace of Florence is at the heart of the city. Traders, citizens and travelers frome very walk of life mingle there.”

Castel Gandolfo

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“Resting in the Alban Hills, Castel Gandolfo is the summer palace of the Pope.”

Venice

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“San Marco is one of the six districts of Venice, lying in the heart of the city.”

Siena

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“Siena is one of Italy’s architectural treasures. Its distinctive central square and Duomo draw visitors from around the world.”

Forli

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“Forli is a fortified city crossed and circled by a canal. It was ruled during the Renaissance by the wild Caterina Sforza before the Pope finally restored order in 1499.”

Monteriggioni

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“The Auditore Villa was built by its namesake family as a fortress to protect the town of Monteriggioni. Terrorist acts were later perpetrated by the family in the name of the radical Assassins Order.”

Aqueduct
Obtained through pre-order or special editions.

Trajan Market
Obtained through pre-order or special editions.

Mont St-Michel
Part of Free DLC
There is a day and night version of the same map.
“Mont St-Michel is a commune that resides on a rocky tidal island in Normandy, France. A Romanesque church was built there in the 11th century.”

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