Assassin’s Creed: You’ll never look at horses the same way again!

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It has now been fifteen years since the Assassin’s Creed franchise was born with its first opus featuring the charismatic Altaïr. And if you thought you knew everything about this cult title that marked the beginning of a success, this may not be the case…

A horse like no other

Did you say weird? This is the least we can say to believe the revelation of a former developer of Ubisoft on the game Assassin’s Creed, first of the name. In charge of the work around the artificial intelligence of the game at the time, it is via a recent publication on Twitter that Charles Randall reveals a secret so far well kept.

Similarly, the horse in AC1 was just a twisted, haywire human skeleton, as our toolchain only worked with bipeds in 3DS Max. Kudos to the amazing animators and technicians who managed to make this guy look like a horse!

You now know that Altaïr proudly rides a horse in the lands of the Holy Land which is none other than a model made from a stretched human skeleton.

One secret can hide another

But if we dissect Charles Randall’s Twitter feed a bit, we notice that this rather strange revelation is actually given following this other tweet below.

Gamedev hack: In Assassin’s Creed, we didn’t have the budget for a custom skeleton or mesh for Malik, so his “missing arm” is just upside down. I guess if you could get the camera to focus on him, you’d see a tiny little arm tucked inside his bicep.

Assassin's Creed: You'll never look at horses the same way again!

Altaïr’s henchman in Assassin’s Creed, Malik is a character whose left arm is amputated following a perilous mission against the Templars.
Due to a lack of sufficient budget and suitable means, the developers have therefore developed this trick, the rendering of which goes completely unnoticed by the players. A very curious vision of anatomy to get there.

Remember that on the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of Assassin’s Creed, a livestream will be broadcast in Septemberwith fans hoping for the return of this cult episode in a remastered version or through a remake.

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