More than three times the amount of people are busy working on Assassin's Creed 2, the producer has revealed.
75 per cent of the original team are still intact according to Sebastien Puel, speaking to Now Gamer.
"Making [Assassin's Creed] from A to Z took around four years," he said. "It's a very good thing we are keeping most of the core members who envisioned the first Assassin's Creed - they know the project very well."
He also stated they have 'thousands' of ideas that weren't originally included with the first game, but could find their way into the sequel.
The game is set to launch in the Autumn on PS3 and Xbox 360 as well as PC and DS. More will be revealed at E3 beginning next month.
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