In a recent interview with Videogamer
, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood associate producer, Jean-Francois Boivin said that if he has anything to say about it, multiplayer in AC titles is here to say.
"It is speculation, but I think we've done a really good job doing the multiplayer, and there's a lot of room for expansion in that universe, so I see a multiplayer component being there for a long time."
There have been rumblings that too much attention has been spent on Assassin's Creed's multiplayer, detracting from the game's story. Well, Boivin has something to say about that too;
"I think there's this dichotomy in the gaming world, that the people who are sold to multiplayer don't care about single-player, and the people who are sold to single-player don't necessarily care about multiplayer. The wink we give to that in our universe is that the single-player [game] is Assassins, and the multiplayer is The Templars," he explained.
"I think in the end we're giving a lot to the single-player, because we're giving a full single-player campaign - so they won't feel cheated with Brotherhood, because they had what they wanted."
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood releases in November for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC.