Assassin’s Creed II sold over a million in the first week of release

The magnificent game sales also has an average of more than 9 out of 10.

Ubisoft confirms that Assassin’s Creed II has recorded excellent sales in the week of its release, beating the million and half units worldwide, besides having a good acceptance by the media with a average more than 9.

The video game Assassin’s Creed II has set a new
record by reaching in the first week sales totaling 1.6 million units
worldwide, according to internal studies. This represents a growth of
32% over the first week sales of Assassin’s Creed. Released in November
2009, Assassin’s Creed is still the new intellectual property has grown
fastest in U.S. sales

Assassin’s Creed II has received a
positive reception by the great players from all over the world and the
press, with an average rate of 94% users Gamespot.com and an average
score of over 91% as GameRankings.com.

Assassin’s Creed II
invites players to be reincarnated as Ezio, a privileged young nobleman
of the Italian Renaissance that has been betrayed by rival families
that exist in Italy. The subsequent search for Ezio revenge takes
players to immerse themselves in an epic that will offer more variety
in missions, will present exciting new elements of gameplay, variety of
weapons, great depth, and a character in constant progression that will
capture both followers of the original Assassin’s Creed, and captivate
players who did not know the game.

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