As said above, the addition of ziplines to Assassin’s Creed: Revelations makes for much faster travel from rooftop to rooftop, and opens up a few exciting options for assassinating your targets and getting away scot free.
As you can see, the ziplines provide another angle of attack for the Assassins of Constantinople. By controlling your movement via the profile system (as in high and low profile), you can slow yourself down to make it past patrolling rooftop Templars undetected, then press the R1/R button to speed up and leap from the zipline into a graceful Zipline Assassination. Some of the ziplines dotted around areas of Constantinople also have Animus Data Fragments on them, so be sure to keep an eye out and use Eagle Sense to tag them for collection later if you dont feel like grabbing them right away.
PC, PS3, PS4, XB 360, XB One
Action Adventure, Stealth
Guide Release 22 November 2011
Last Updated 7 December 2020
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After the events in the Colosseum Vault at the end of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Desmond Miles falls into a coma and finds himself in the Animus’ Black Room. There he must search Ezio Auditore’s memories once again to uncover the secrets needed to protect the things he loves. Join us as we dive into the 16th century and seek out the knowledge of the legendary Assassin Mentor Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad.
In this guide you will discover:
All main story missions with 100% synchronisation.
How to locate and complete every side-mission in full.
Where to find every hidden Memoir Page and all of the fragments.
High Definition screenshots and videos showing you the best strategies in action.