'Assassin's Creed 3' meets parkour in new video

A new video inspired by Assassin's Creed mixes the franchise with real life parkour.

At PAX Prime last week, Ubisoft's Steven Masters and Phillippe Bergeron appeared in a panel to discuss creating the impending Assassin's Creed 3 and answer fan questions.

Before the duo entered, the panel's moderator took to the stage and announced that they'd brought something for the fans: The world premier of a video to be released online next week.

Inspired by the Assassin's Creed franchise, the video is set to an original composition called "Assassin" by Stephen Anderson and follows parkour specialist Ronnie Shalvis as he catapults through a city dressed in Assassin garb.

You can watch the parkour in the video below and learn about making Assassin's Creed 3 in our article from PAX Prime. Dive deeper into the Animus by watching the making of video that follows.

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