Assassin’s Creed 3: Making money simplified
As we start to delve deeper into the world of Assassin’s Creed 3 it is worth looking at the best way to farm money in a quest to get the most out of your experience. Although there is plenty to be getting on with in Ubisoft’s new addition to the Assassin’s franchise there are easier ways to obtain that 100% synchronization and your funds can make all the difference, so we are intrigued how making money can be simplified.
One of the easiest ways of gaining a large return is by collecting chests and this is not as time consuming as one would expect, as buying treasure chest maps at the store for a small investment is good way to obtain more funds in the long run. In a video on IGN, a walkthrough guide to earn money is available for gamers to view and get tips on how to achieve this in the quickest time possible.
This is also reported on Gamer Syndrome as they pay attention to the big bucks with a money farming guide. The treasure chest maps have already been mentioned although the next way to get the biggest return is though the assassination missions. Other notable ways are hunting for beavers and bears, as they can be sold for a decent price, additionally you can buy and sell things at a profit. Homestead missions are ideal for crafting and this is another way to obtain more money.
Convoys can be sent by loading them and initiated them through the Trading menu on the Accounting books. You are informed that there is no need to waste space with cheaper items and the better the items the better the profits, although to get the most out of this clearing out forts and checking the risk is advantageous. In other AC3 news, gamers may find our recent article interesting on Pivot points which unlock cheats officially, as there are probably a few of you who have completed the game already.
In addition, yesterdays post spoke about the impressive sales of Assassin’s Creed 3, although we expect the release of Halo 4 will affect this. However the fact that Halo 4 is an Xbox exclusive means it may not have as large a fanbase or as many potential buyers. To see the walkthrough guide for accumulating money check out the embedded video below and let us know your thoughts.
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