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Report: Assassin's Creed Brotherhood PC to include 3D and multi-monitor support

Assassin's Creed Brotherhood has been out for the Xbox 360 and PS3 for three months now but at the moment PC gamers are still waiting for the promised PC version of the third game in the Ubisoft action game series. While Ubisoft has been silent on when the PC port will be released, the German web site Gamestar has posted up an article that looks at what PC players can expect when the port finally comes out.

According to the article (translated by Google) the game will have improved graphics compared to the console ports, including support for ambient occlusion for lighting. The game will also support Nvidia's 3D Vision tech for playing the game in 3D. PCs with AMD Radeon graphics chips will also be able to play the game with its Eyefinity multi-monitor support. The article also claims that all of the downloadable content that was released for the console versions will be included in the PC port. Assassin's Creed Brotherhood for the PC is supposed to be released by the end of March.

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