Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines is a game only available for the PSP. It is a continuation of the storyline from the first Assassin’s Creed game, and it also sets the stage for the events of the game’s sequel, Assassin’s Creed II. The original game’s open environment and nonlinear gameplay are both available in this spin-off for mobile and portable devices, in contrast to the Assassin’s Creed: Alta’r’s Chronicles mobile spin-off.
The story begins one month after the conclusion of the first game and is set in the cities of Limassol and Kyrenia, both of which are located on the island of Cyprus. The Templars have relocated there, and Altaar has followed them to learn their goals and eliminate them if the opportunity presents itself. Armand Bouchart, the grand master of the Templars, is the primary antagonist of the story. He is on a quest to find the apple of Eden, allowing him to manipulate the thoughts of anybody he chooses.
The gameplay is very similar to the gameplay of the first Assassin’s Creed game. The well-known parkour technique, which emphasizes stealth and coming up on targets from behind, may be utilized by Altar to traverse each city without restriction. Alternatively, players can choose to have Altar fight their way in at street level and enter via the front door. This is another option available to players. A longsword, his characteristic sleeve sword, and his fists are what makeup Altaar’s armament. His fists are used for melee fighting, which is often non-lethal.
In addition, Bloodlines has PS3 connectivity via USB, which enables you to unlock six additional weapons in Assassin’s Creed II when your PSP is joined up to your PS3 and playing simultaneously. The version for the PSP can make use of these as well. In addition, any Templar money you uncover in Bloodlines will be transferred to Assassin’s Creed II, and codex pages will increase your overall health.