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Filmmaker Devin Graham is back, this time with parkour expert/free-runner Chris Romrell for a new Assassin's Creed video. This time they're running through Comic Con.
We've seen another runner, Ronnie Shalvis (who is currently recovering from injury) dressed as Ezio for the Assassin's Creed II trilogy, and as Connor for Assassin's Creed III, and now we've got someone tackling the unreleased Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.
Along with disrupting the assorted meals of Comic Con attendees, Romrell and Graham also crashed Ubisoft's boat party. You can check out the video below, and look out for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag on current-gen consoles on October 29.
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This isn't actually Ronnie Shalvis, it is a guy named Chris Romrell. If you watch the behind the scenes video they explain that Ronnie is currently injured :0 Hopefully he gets better!
looks like they have the stunt double for the film lol
You almost have to feel sorry for the poor sap having to follow the dude.
I don't know why he suddenly stabbed a random woman on the deck party haha. Pretty cool video, I wish I was there to see how he runs like a flawless eagle.
ronnie was injured so this guy is chris romwell. devin wanted ronnie to recover so he called in chris. this is my fav ac parkour vid compared to the other ac vids
If I could do that, I would dress up and run around every chance I got dressed as an assassin!
That was entertaining, the dude has skills.
Devin Graham's Youtube channel has always been sick
The video was awesome but the article is flawed. Ronnie Shalvis was not in this one, even though it is the same director. In this video, the parkour athlete is the equally talented Chris Romrell.
Really cool. I wish I had some special skill.
Haha, love it.
Hahaha this was hilarious, I loved how he just took that chick's drink like Yea I'm a fxcking assassin bxtch
Way freaking cool. Wish I could do that stuff <3
Out of all of the flipping, jumping, and climbing up on actual building's the best part was when he took the girl's drink. Would be a funny integration into the game if the assassins could interact with the NPCs more than throwing money at their faces and knocking over the boxes the NPCs are carrying.
Pretty cool, but does any one realize that the main character, whoever it is, doesn't do flips while running through the town. Just saying...
That was beyond badass!!! It's hilarious how almost everyone who saw this guy didn't care in the least that he was flipping off tables and climbing onto roofs.