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The concluding episode of the Tyranny of King Washington DLC for Assassin’s Creed III, Redemption, is now available for PC and Xbox 360 (with the PS3 getting it tomorrow). Let’s celebrate with a trailer of spirit wolves, collapsing towers and lots of cannon fire.
The developers behind the Assassin’s Creed series have always been proud of how much effort they put into maintaining a thin veil of historical accuracy. That’s most evident in the settings, from Revolution-era Boston to the Holy Land during the Crusades, where that veneer of accuracy goes much deeper. But it’s there in the plot, as well, despite the presence of deific holograms and a secret order of superhero Assassins.
After a really long wait, the Tyranny of George Washington DLC for Assassin’s Creed III drops today, bringing with it an evil version of the United States’ first president. This trailer shows Connor’s alternate, first-nations look in action as well as new abilities for him to wield.
Do people still actively care about achievements nowadays? Its seems as though, in general, people care that little bit less about them. I guess I still get a little excited if I do something cool and get rewarded for it, particularly in sports games, but I don’t seek them out in the way I used to. Still — this is the achievement list for Assassin’s Creed 3, which is a super big important AAA mega game, so maybe it is worth taking a gander?
Oh man, this is just too good. It is literally too funny. I hate it when people say things are ‘too funny’, but this just is. Watch ‘Connor’ from Assassin’s Creed 3 make a leap of faith… from space.
We’ve been playing in the Assassin’s Creed 2 universe for so long, that I’ve almost forgotten what it’s like to play a proper Assassin’s Creed sequel. And by ‘proper’ I don’t just mean the number on the end of the title, I’m talking about a video game with new mechanics, new assets, new locales — everything. This trailer, despite only being 45 seconds long, really shows us that Assassin’s Creed 3 is a proper sequel in every sense of the word.
Watch The Hero Of Assassin’s Creed 3 Kill Even More British Soldiers, And Also Meet George Washington
Readers who, like me, get most of their TV on a recorded delay may not have seen this ad starting to pop up on their local airwaves just yet. So here it is.
Assassin’s Creed 3 is massive — on all possible levels. It’s massive in scope, with multiple different environments, and it’s dense in terms of mechanics. It even features galleon navigation for God’s sake. But Assassin’s Creed 3 is particularly massive in terms of production costs, and the amount of people helping make the game. According to its Australian creative director Alex Hutchinson, this makes it the “last of the dinosaurs”.
I might be in the minority here, but I never get sick of watching Assassin’s Creed 3 naval battle footage, because dear Lord it looks mightily impressive. This time round, the footage is accompanied by the watered down, half Australian accent of the game’s Executive Producer Alex Hutchinson.