Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood to Support 3D on PC

That’s right: The PC version of AC Brotherhood, due sometime before April, will support 3D technology as well as multiple monitors.

Joystiq picked up on the new features from a Ubisoft Germany video that rundowns the features, which mostly seem to be about graphical improvements. Here are the specifics.

Specifically, the PC release will support Nvidia 3D Vision and AMD’s¬†Eyefinity tech. The latter allows players to link together multiple monitors for some¬†really widescreen views of Renaissance Italy.

Quick, go purchase more monitors so you can get panoramic 3D views of Renaissance Italy’s panoramic vistas.

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1 Comment on Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood to Support 3D on PC


On February 14, 2011 at 4:52 am

Does this mean AC’s going back to DX10? As for a good handful of Dx10+ games have better support and realism for the 3D technology, everything looks so much better then in DirectX 9.0c which is aweful in 3D and 2D.
And tbh developers should stop making games for DX9.0 and it will get people to upgrade to the later OS’s – its coming up to a decade since XP has been out lol