Modders have been adding and expanding the content of Medieval Engineers rapidly. The game’s Steam Workshop page has been exploding with new content on a regular basis. One of the new mods added to the game is the small commune known as Monteriggioni, the same commune that Ezio Auditore from Assassin’s Creed II and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood used as a base of operations for his devilish, rebellious antics.
According to Donatore, the reason the mod was made was because of how close he lives to the real-life commune…
“So, because i live at 1h from the real one, i decided to make Monteriggioni from Assassin’s Creed 2!”
So what does the map feature? Well, if you could perform proper parkour in Medieval Engineers you might be able to run across the rooftops and exercise your mad acrobatic skills. However, that doesn’t appear to be much of an option in the current state of the game’s design until someone mods in proper parkour.
Donatore also disabled structural integrity, so there’s no telling how well the little commune would hold up if it were turned on. Perhaps he also didn’t properly fortified the inside of the structures to prevent them from caving in, which is why structural integrity is disabled. But I can’t say for sure. It’s a recent mod and he might be working out all the kinks still.
Also, as you’ll see in the video above, the secret Assassin’s chamber is included in the villa after going through the underground secret passageway. So it’s likely that the chamber would jeopardize the structural integrity if it happened to be turned on. It’s cool how intricate and detailed the map is, though. Donatore did an excellent job recreating the iconic map from Ubisoft’s popular DNA-traveling franchise.
The map is also designed to work at night, so if you want to use the map for some stealth and sneaking around at night, you can do so.
And lastly…“Ezio is Love, Ezio is Life”. That is all.
You can grab the mod of Monteriggioni by paying a visit to the Steam workshop page. Medieval Engineers is available right now in Steam’s Early Access. You can learn more about the game by paying a visit to the official website.