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The third installment in Ezio’s trilogy won’t answer all of your burning questions about the franchise.

Lead writer Darby McDevitt has today confirmed in an interview with CVG that the story will continue past Revelations and so there must still remain some mystery surrounding the franchise.

“Well, we wont answer everything because Desmond’s story continues. But fans will definitely know most of the important details of Ezio and Altair’s lives, and how they fit into the grand scheme,

“52 is a good age, but one must remember that Ezio and Altair are rather special people. Also, although 52 was old in the 1500s, it wasn’t uncommon for people to live for quite a long time.”

McDevitt also had something to say about the fate of Ezio;

“hardcore fans know the logic of the Animus prevents us from seeing certain things in a character’s life – but we also know how to pull a few devious tricks. Just wait and see.”

Source: CVG

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Assassin’s Creed Revelations ‘Won’t Answer Everything’ Teases Writer

By EGM Staff | 07/14/2011 11:35 PM PT

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The third installment in Ezio’s trilogy won’t answer all of your burning questions about the franchise.

Lead writer Darby McDevitt has today confirmed in an interview with CVG that the story will continue past Revelations and so there must still remain some mystery surrounding the franchise.

“Well, we wont answer everything because Desmond’s story continues. But fans will definitely know most of the important details of Ezio and Altair’s lives, and how they fit into the grand scheme,

“52 is a good age, but one must remember that Ezio and Altair are rather special people. Also, although 52 was old in the 1500s, it wasn’t uncommon for people to live for quite a long time.”

McDevitt also had something to say about the fate of Ezio;

“hardcore fans know the logic of the Animus prevents us from seeing certain things in a character’s life – but we also know how to pull a few devious tricks. Just wait and see.”

Source: CVG

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