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In a previous video, the team behind Assassin's Creed III discussed the perks of creating a game in a familiar setting. The history of the Revolutionary War is a topic taught in schools around the world, and Ubisoft Montreal is finally allowing players to experience it for themselves. While the wider gaming public might recall a few key figures and battles, Assassin's Creed III writers Corey May and Matt Turner wanted to share some of the lesser known tidbits from history that they may or may not be including in the story for the new game. Check out the video below to learn what stood out about the time period for the men in charge of crafting the narrative for Assassin's Creed III.
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... They didn't teach me any of that. xD
Saving money for AC3!!
@Dan D Eldar if you watched the previous vids it would answer your question about feudal Japan. Also this is the first time it's been in North America, have you even played the last AC games? Ezio Auditore and Altair Ibn-Lahad, very American names......
I love it. The whole British Empire was a Templar plot. This is going to be great!
Definitely knew most of that, but it will be interesting to see how they are portrayed in the game no matter what.
Prediction? connor shoots first in the battle of lexington concord
were are the templars ??
I rented AC Revelations from a Red Box and just beat it and wow it is so awesome! I am prepared for III
I hope its a good game like AC2, and what up with George Washington coming out hmmmmmmm?
really looking forward to this. I hope it is fleshed out WAY more than the last two AC games.