-Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
-Offline: 40 (800)
-Online: 10 (200)
-Approximate amount of time to 1000
: 25-30 hours (15-20 for Singleplayer and 10 for Multiplayer if boosting, much more if not)
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
-Number of missable achievements: 2 (Mailer Daemon and Dust to Dust, though they are early enough to where it wouldn't be a problem to start a 2nd save file if you missed one)
-Do cheat codes disable achievements?: None
-Does difficulty affect achievements?: No
-Glitchy achievements: None
-Unobtainable achievements: None
-Extra equipment needed?: None
Assasin's Creed Brotherhood will play almost identical to Assasin's Creed 2. It does offer however offer AI controlled assasins to help you out. There is also the addition of multiplayer. There are 3 types of achievements, story related (with misc. based), multiplayer, and collectible. There is no difficulty settings to worry about, and you will only have to beat the game once. There are 2 missable achievements, but you have 3 save files and those can be obtained early on in the game. So if you miss one, just use another save file. The multiplayer achievements can all be boosted, and the collectibles are for the most part easy to get. You will get the oppurtunity to buy an in-game map that will locate the majority of them. The ones that won't appear on the map, will be explained in the guide. You will also at any time be able to replay memories and after you complete the game, you will be able to free roam and be able to tackle any unfinished business you have left.
Step 1: Campaign/Miscellaneous
All campaign achievements can be obtained in one play through. Playing through the game without doing anything other than the story, will earn you a total 13 achievements, and 280
. There will be a point in the story where you recruit 2 Assassins. After recruiting the first two, complete the mission, hire one more assassin, and you’ll unlock the Brotherhood
achievement. Level up any recruit to the rank of Assassin, and you’ll unlock the Welcome to the Brotherhood
achievement. If you manage to complete a sequence to 100%, you’ll earn the Perfect Recall
achievement (sequence 3 is the easiest). Replay a memory and you’ll earn the Déjà Vu
achievement. The Mailer Daemon
and Dust to Dust
achievements are not able to be completed once you beat the game, so be sure to exit the Animus to check your email and find at least one artifact to unlock the achievements.
There are a total of 6 shrines to be found in Rome, with achievements associated with each. They are highlighted on your map and are set up as kind of an acrobatic maze. These are tied to the Flag collectibles, so be sure to check the guide descriptions for those specific locations. Destroying all 4 of Leonardo’s war machines will earn you an achievement for each. Complete 10 Guild challenges, and you will unlock the Show Off
achievement. Parachute off the top of the flagpole atop the Castel Sant’Angelo in the Vaticano district, and you’ll earn the Fly Like An Eagle
achievement. Kill an enemy with a broomstick and you’ll earn the Spring Cleaning
achievement. Upgrading 5 buildings in the Antico District (Southermost) will earn you the Home Improvement
achievement. Earning 3 Gold medals in the Virtual Training Program will earn you the Perfectionist
achievement. Toss some money into the nearest well and you’ll earn the Your Wish is Granted
achievement, and win the highest amount of money at the last fight beneath the Barracks will earn you The Gloves Come Off
Step 2: Collectibles
There are a few different types of collectibles to be found. There are a total of 101 Borgia flags, 10 feathers, 12 Borgia Towers and 10 of Subject 16‘s puzzles. Collect all flags and you’ll earn Capture the Flag
, collect all feathers and you'll earn In Memoriam
, burn all towers and you'll earn Tower Offense,
and complete all puzzles to get .. .- -- .- .-.. .. ...- .
. See the descriptions for the Shrines to collect the flags within. The feathers and outside flags may be found by using in game maps you can buy at the Art Dealer shops. They become stocked in those stores when you either complete the game, or collect 25 flags on your own. To find and complete the 10 puzzles, see the guide below.Step 3: Multiplayer
Most of the multiplayer achievements can be boosted easily in Private matches. However, the Download Complete
achievement requires Ranked or Player matches to earn experience. Be sure you check out the Achievement Trading Thread for boosting partners.
Be sure to check out these two threads, one to help you find people to boost with and the other to keep track of the Abstergo Employee of the Month achievement.Conclusion
You should have all single player achievements by the end of the game. When you're done, just grab the last of the collectibles and anything else you may have passed on for later. Multiplayer will take some time to boost, but if done effeiciently you will have this game completed without too much effort. The only part that could be troublesome is finding good people to boost with that will be commited.