Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Walkthrough

Table of Contents

  • Sequence 1: A Sort of Homecoming
  • Sequence 2: The Crossroads of the World
  • Sequence 3: Lost and Found
  • Sequence 4: The Uncivil War
  • Sequence 5: Heir to the Empire
  • Sequence 6: Fortune’s Disfavor
  • Sequence 7: Underworld
  • Sequence 8: The End of an Era
  • Sequence 9
  • The Wounded Eagle

    1. To get a full 100% sync here, you have to kill at least 5 enemies using haystacks, but before we get to that, kill the four guards looking to do harm against Ezio. Take them all out how you see fit, then loot their bodies by holding circle.

    2. You must now infiltrate the village full of haystacks. Follow the yellow marker on the mini-map. The first sign of the village is the huge wheel on the mill. Follow the snowy path down onto a bridge. Wait for the enemy to walk to the left then kill him.

    3. Walk along the wooden platforms to the stairs as you use the mill to head up. Assassinate the lone guard. Head down the stairs and you should see a horse carriage and a haystack in the distance. The enemies here have their alert meters fill up fairly slow, so you can take your time to watch enemy patrols and use the haystacks as they walk by.

    4. As you get to the bottom to get your haystack on, press “L3″ to go in a much improved eagle vision. From here you can see the tracks of your main target in yellow, along with his ghostly appearance, as well as enemy guard routes, shown in pink.

    5. As for the haystack sync, wait for the first enemy to walk past it, while you’re inside, then kill him. Easy. As for the 4 left to get the minimum of five, I recommended luring targets to you. You’ll notice two groups of enemies in pairs down the alley way. Target the group farthest away from the haystack first.

    6. To lure them, let them see you until the yellow meter fills up and you get the sound of alert. Have each enemy follow you to the haystack one by one, but watch out for the closest group, so you’ll have to time it. Start luring the farthest group, when the closest walks away. You should have 3 in your pocket now if you followed these steps.

    7. As for the group closest to the haystack, kill them. There should be another group up ahead as well before you reach the marketplace. Kill them too. As you head up the road, hang a right past the flaming lantern and enter the group of people to disguise yourself because there is guard up ahead that patrols. When he walks away, keep heading down this road to see another haystack. There is a guard that walks past this haystack. Time it so he doesn’t see you, then enter it to kill him.

    8. Now use your eagle vision to see the main path. It goes through a tunnel. There’s a guard that looks down this tunnel. Lure him in and you’ll have killed 5 enemies using haystacks. Now head through the tunnel following Leandros and you’ll reach a cut-scene.

    9. Kill the 3 guards, then loot them for medicine to heal yourself. Now focus on the yellow marker and parkour your way for Leandros. When you reach yellow marker, climb up while avoiding the gunmen. Remember to hold circle if you happen to fall, to grab on. Keep moving up until you reach the top, then run up and kill Leandros.

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    29 Comments on Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Walkthrough


    On November 13, 2011 at 6:01 am


    nut cracker

    On November 13, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    story was awesome this is the best game ever assassins creed is my fav game


    On November 16, 2011 at 1:59 am

    Why has no one doing game reviews mentioned the incredibly short story campaign? Or, the fact that the story is taken up by the tomb sections which are no longer optional, making it even shorter than past AC games? It’s a good game but has no one else noticed how wierd it is that the game seems to end at Sequence 6 (I am guessing this is true, I just started it and in my DNA it goes on to secondary missions afterwards).

    Kevin D

    On November 18, 2011 at 6:28 am

    I agree with Eshwin, the story part of the game came to a surprising end very early for me also, this needed padding out some with additional missions for Ezio in the city as well as the Mediterranean clean up for the other assassins to go off and do, this is only about 1/3 of the length of Brotherhood, disappointing! I still think this franchise is going to run and run thought, this isnt the end………the clue is in Desmonds comment when he wakes……….”I know what we have to do!”


    On November 18, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    How come I can’t assign recruits to a mission after clicking the glowing box? Can’t press B to leave menu as well…


    On November 20, 2011 at 5:03 am

    the sequal was confirmed even before revelations was released next on is the last one with edzio


    On November 20, 2011 at 6:11 am

    anyone have a map over the animus things?
    i have found 99 out of a 100.. cant find the last one..


    On November 22, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    Check your in-game map. When you got half of them, the rest will show up on your map. You may need to turn off some of the icons on your map to see it clearly on the map (just make sure that the Animus Fragment is set to “On” though).


    On November 23, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    have you tried the cave city thing? there not all in constantinople.


    On November 24, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    Okay, I don’t know if anyone else noticed, or I am imagining things. Are there suppose to be five armours to collect in the new instalment? If so, any clue where to start looking for the last two?


    On November 25, 2011 at 1:15 am

    One armour you get it through the minigame of defending your assassin bases throught the city. The other one, you need to get all Ishak Pasha’s lost pages.


    On November 27, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    Can anyone tell me how to unlock the last 2 gates on animus island???!!! Ive collected 100/100 and yet the last two wont open…are they just there for show???


    On November 29, 2011 at 5:04 am

    can anyone tell me once you finish the main story, and the credits are rolling, how do u get back to the game to continue playing and finishing all the sub missions


    On December 10, 2011 at 10:52 am

    the story was great.. the only thing that Idisliked was the main story was too short


    On December 10, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Assassins creed 1,2,3,4. Im a big fan of creed,although i dont understand few things.
    If i read it or someone has told me that revelation is the last game of ac,than why make another one? As i have finaly finished 4th,is there 5 ac?
    Can any one reply back to me on this,thank you


    On December 11, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    It’s not the last AC game, it’s just the last one with Ezio. The next game was already confirmed even before Revelations came out.


    On December 12, 2011 at 9:25 am

    Massive! LOL! Did you played this ?

    Kevin D

    On December 14, 2011 at 1:52 am

    I think the development team sometimes lose their way, in Brotherhood they made the mistake of applying too many imposing rules on the short missions, dont be seen, dont kill anyone etc, in this game they made the story WAY TOO SHORT.

    Out of the entire series AC2 is still by far and away the best game, loads of assassination missions, huge areas to explore (forli), I’m hoping AC 5 will combine the BEST parts of AC2 and Brotherhood, so we need huge areas, not too many restrictions during missions and the recruit assassins and send them off to carry out missions and finally a LONGER story.

    Still love the franchise though………long may it continue.


    On December 14, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    Even though I still enjoyed the game, I think there was a decrease in quality compared to brotherhood and AC II… I mean, the hookblade is cool for moving faster, but it’s really weird how you stab people with a hook… also the bombs don’t really fit this game. This way we’ll end up fighting templars with assault rifles.Also the “den defense” made me think “WHAT? Tower defense?! Really? This is nothing like assassin’s creed…” And yeah, the storyline was extremely short, that disappointed me too. Then again it is still fun, just not as good as previous installments from the series, this one is just a little better the the first AC in my opinion.


    On December 22, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Love this game. I can’t use Assassin Signal since I mistakenly let my assassin killed during a street fight before. Replay the memory didn’t help. Any idea what should I do to get full sync?


    On December 24, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    Sadly, this isn’t my favorite of the Assassin Creed games. It was way to short, though the story line was well. What annoyed me most was having that sandy look on my screen (not sure if its just me though), kind of screwed with my vision. The Den Defensive portions of the game were a bit odd, not something I enjoyed doing. The area to deal with was also very small compared to the other Assassin Creed games. Highly disappointed. Haven’t tried multiplayer so hope that’s better or the same as the other. Oh well, still was fun to play, no doubt about it, but wish the team spent more time developing a longer story and a larger game area to play in.


    On December 28, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    I opened all the bookshops, bought every book available ( including in Cappadocia ), done all ” Polo ” quest and still can’t get the ” Sage ” trophy. Can anyone help?


    On December 29, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    Only just started the game but it seems to be only half the size of Rome in AC 3 and the controls are complicated and I get confused! The games great but they need to work on better controls (I keep hitting the wrong person) hook blades are fun though


    On December 30, 2011 at 9:50 am

    You are all complaining about how short it is but it is not supposed to be a full game. They developed this game in a few months just to fill in some missing information. It was never a part of their plan to make this game until after brotherhood had been out for a while.


    On December 30, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Thanks Connor. Everyone seems to have forgot that “Revelations” is simply what it’s title entails. A revelation of secrets and missing information. Hence why it is so “short”. Still a great game. Can’t wait for the next one.


    On January 3, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    Im sorry, i dont know if anyone noticed but standing on the cross and jump down is not doing it for me.
    When i jump down on him its mission failed.
    You cant be seen at all.

    Help me plz


    On January 3, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    I’ve look everywhere..Got 99/100 animus fragments..It says it’s in north constontinople..can anyone tell me where’s the last one?.


    On January 6, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    Even as a short filler game, why charge the full 60$ and create all of the hype?


    On June 5, 2012 at 10:38 am

    Hello, great fun, made it through all, need to go back and get all 100% sync’s though. I agree with folks about the shortened story, but still my favorite story, fills in unanswered questions/story. For anybody who couldn’t find the last animus fragment….I noticed that my final one was ‘hidden’ under a bookstore icon on the map, so just ‘don’t show’ the economic icons and it will be there. Steve