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ACIII DLC includes tyrannical George Washington campaign

By: Eddie Makuch How would history be different if George Washington succumbed to the allure of infinite power? Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed III will answer that question through downloadable content called “The Tyranny of King George.” A single-player campaign delivered through three episodes, the content tasks players will dethroning Washington and returning freedom to the colonies. Ubisoft had no qualms about altering history, according to executive producer Sebastien Puel. “History is our playground, and [Assassin’s Creed] teams have always loved playing with historical []

Assassin’s Creed III for PC delayed a month

By: Brendan Sinclair Ubisoft has pushed back the PC edition of Assassin’s Creed III a few weeks from the console game’s October 31 launch. The publisher today confirmed that the latest installment in its open-world stealth action series will arrive in North America on November 20, with a UK debut trailing on November 23. For Ubisoft, delaying PC versions of its games behind their console counterparts has become standard practice. In the past year alone, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, []

A Closer Look at Assassin’s Creed III

What we can learn from the latest screenshots Yesterday, Ubisoft released a slew of new Assassin’s Creed III screenshots. While they don’t offer quite as much information as the game’s first images, we can still learn a lot. Here, we see Connor looking down at Boston Harbor. While much of the verticality in Assassin’s Creed III will come from climbing trees, this shot confirms that the game will also feature plenty of the franchise’s usual rooftop scaling. It also gives us a []

Assassin’s Creed III’s main character – everything we know so far We find revelations in the details

Everything we know

His name is Connor, and he’s an assassin.

We don’t have all that much information on Assassin’s Creed III’s main character, but after looking at thebox art, the images released in Game Informer, and the leaks from different magazines and websites, we’re able to learn a lot about him. Take a look at all we’ve been able to gather as we go through everything we know about the new hero.

Be sure to check back from time to time as we update this list as new information is revealed. It’ll grow and grow as we learn more.

His name is Connor

The new protagonist finally has a name. Actually, he technically has two. He was born Ratohnhaké:ton, but now he calls himself Connor. We don’t know why, but we’re guessing it has something to do with his mixed heritage (which we’ll explain later)

He’s half Mohawk Native American

Several parts of the new assassin’s outfit confirm what was already rumored: he’s a Native American. From his boots to the eagle on his hood to the beaded arm band, everything about his outfit looks reminiscent of typical Native American attire, or at least what movies and television shows have told us their attire in the 1700s looked like.

Further information reveals that he’s actually half Native American – the son of a Mohawk Native American woman and a British man.

He uses a tomahawk in the shape of the Assassin’s Creed “A”

The new assassin’s tomahawk looks like it’s going to be his crowbar. Every image shows it in his hand, ready to be plunged into the chest of a British soldier (or, more likely, general). The fact that it’s shaped like the Assassin’s Creed “A” makes it even cooler, and we can’t…