80 Million Hits? When Assassin’s Creed Meets Real Life Parkour, the Internet Can’t Get Enough

Here are the parkour videos that have broken the internet...

Parkour videos are taking over the internet one clip at a time. The sport of parkour has gone from something that very few knew anything about thirty years ago to one of the most thriving scenes in the UK. Basically, the question ‘what is parkour?’ is one that’s not asked quite as much these days.

Changing topics to the video game world, and Assassin’s Creed, a game which features a whole lot of parkour, has become incredibly popular since kicking off in 2007. So much so that the ninth instalment in the series, ‘Assassin’s Creed: Unity’ is set for release on 23 October 2015.

If you’re a parkour enthusiast, video game fan or even just someone who occasionally clicks opens the internet, it should come as no surprise to you that there’s an awesome Assassin’s Creed meets parkour in real-life series killing the internet. It’s spawned three feature videos so far from Devin Supertramp, and each one has done amazingly well.

Since the new Creed game is now right around the corner, we thought we’d gather up the Assassin’s Creed meets Parkour in real life videos for you to watch in one simple article. The latest Syndicate edition is sitting on almost four million views now, the Paris edition from last summer on almost 30 million, and the original on a mind-boggling 50 million views.

Have a watch below and let us know what your favourite feature is. Personally? We think the Devin Supertramp team seem to be stepping it up everytime!

1) Assassin’s Creed Meets Parkour in Real Life, 2012

2) Paris: Assassin’s Creed Meets Parkour in Real Life in 4k, 2014

3) London: Assassin’s Creed Meets Parkour in Real Life in 4k, 2015

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