Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood on PC is set to include support for 3D and multiple monitors, it's being reported.
Delays to the first and second Assassin's Creed PC games were expectedly followed by a delay to Brotherhood last year. But although the game still doesn't have a release date, at least it sounds like Ubisoft's adding some extra bells to the PC version.
According to German site GameStar, Brotherhood PC will include support for Nvidia 3D Vision and AMD's Eyefinity tech.
The latter allows players to line-up multiple PC monitors for a really wide view of Renaissance Italy. It probably makes the flying machine sections look really nice as well.
Brotherhood PC is expected out before April.