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  • Spidermonk111
    Original poster 14 posts

    I can't count the number of times I've gone up to two soldiers standing next to each other and am only able to take one out silently because combat is triggered before I get the prompt to take out the second. Usually this results in the surrounding soldiers rushing in turning a stealth attempt, again, into a melee.

    This worked so well in previous games like AC 2, 3, and Black Flag. You could even do a rush takedown on two targets which looked really cool. I know this feature was removed in this capacity with the rework of the game in Origins but at least Odyssey gave us a chain assassinate.

    The current implementation of double assassinate is fun and looks cool, plus I like the range option, but it doesn't work for stealth. Bring back the ability to take out two targets at the same time without triggering combat.

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  • AlfaSnowman
    24 posts

    No true AC game without double wristblades like in the past.

  • WolfKissed82
    21 posts

    @spidermonk111 Absolutely love the double assassination techniques but dont forget with a wrist blade it was Altair who inspired the idea of two wrist blades so I can see why this manourver was not put in the last 2 games and Valhalla.

    I really liked the chain assassination in the Origins Odyssey and Valhalla but I agree it has its limitations and there is nothing better that Air Assassinating two unsuspecting targets.

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