Fresh Assassin’s Creed 3 brutality visualized
The newly release gameplay footage released by Ubisoft shows some fresh Assassin’s Creed 3 brutality to keep gamers occupied while they wait for this highly anticipated title to come out. In the Lost Mayan Ruins trailer, you can see some of the severe and vicious actions of this single player mission giving us more insight into what is involved throughout the game.
The trailer gives gamers the opportunity to check out some of that familiar Assassin’s Creed styled brutality and CVG shows the footage that contains soldiers getting their stomachs ripped open, along with a bit of throat cutting thrown in for good measure. In additional news, another article on Incgamers.com talks about what is entailed with the protagonist Connor as we already know a bit about his half Native American and half European origins.
The recent footage remarks about Connor being a ninja, tank and a wolverine highlighting the new in game climbing system, tree-running and violent exchanges, along with plenty of new animations for his parkour and tomahawking activities. Playing a pivotal role in the American Revolution, Connor looks set to encounter some key figures in early US history, and some of his new talents will be an exciting prospect.
Coming to the PS3 and Xbox 360 in late October the PC version is expected the following month, and with this in mind our recent post looks at how Assassin’s Creed 3 can learn from Diablo 3 mistakes, as Ubisoft are trying to make this more popular for PC gamers giving them the opportunity to play it offline. This has given us cause to question whether their research through feedback has something to do with looking at issues found with Diablo 3. Are you revved up for next month’s release of Assassin’s Creed 3?
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