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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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Wow very informative! I am so excited for this game!
oh Ubisoft I just want to tell you that YOU ARE FREAKING AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love how they always allow the players to rewrite history
Dear children of America,
This is NOT actual history.
Still can't wait. Great video insight onto the history within AC3.
Looking forward to playing this!!
It's cool that you're interviewing the writers! They're really interesting.
Can't wait for AC III.
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awesome, I can't wait to see the truth
"Give me Liberty, or give me Death." Can't wait!!! Really This game will be epic.
Hmm.... George Washington was known for his ability to lead people into hell fighting, not military prowess...
GEORGE WASHINGTON IS COMMANDER SHEPARD.