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New Series Looks Inside Development Of Assassin's Creed III

Posted on Thursday, August 23 @ 18:58:02 Eastern by

Ubisoft's four episode series looking at the development of Assassin's Creed III strays away from any possible spoilers and instead takes a quick look at everything enveloped in the sprawling action/adventure.

It's commendable that Ubisoft and Assassin's Creed have maintained such a high level of quality through four games in the series so far, three of which landed on store shelves in yearly succession. If anything, I would call the franchise the high point of this generation. It started as a brand new IP, melding ancient cities, open-world combat, and dual narratives, all culminating in the upcoming title.

That said, I'm eager to see how the ambitious project turns out. We'll find out on October 30th when Assassin's Creed III lands on the Xbox 360 and PS3 (with the PC version following closely in November). We'll bring you everything as it nears release.
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