Assassin’s Creed 3 will adopt a season pass system for post-launch DLC, it has been reported.
In a letter which was sent to Gamestop thanking staff for their hard work getting pre-orders of to a great start
, the Assassin’s Creed 3 team reveal plans to introduce post-launch episodic content, according to Kotaku.
“What’s next? We are currently in the process of creating a complementary development team that will begin working on post-launch episodic content to continue the Game of the Year experience that Assassin’s Creed 3 will undoubtedly deliver,” the letter reads.
“With a dedicated team specifically to this content we plan to set the bar for quality DLC in our industry.
“We know you’re familiar with the ‘Season Pass’ concept and, beginning shortly, we’ll start to take pre-orders of our very own.”
All we know is that if it is better than gears and on an equal par to Call Of duty Elite then we will be happy.
Assassin’s Creed 3‘s previously leaked online co-op feature will be a new mode titled “Wolf Pack”. It was earlier revealed at Comic-Con that Wolf Pack will allow up to four players to work together to assassinate AI targets. The wave-based missions grow in difficulty over time as you and three others will race to eliminate your mark – or marks, against the clock. Players will have to work together and communicate to reach the higher levels. There are 25 waves of targets offered, each with progressing difficulty.
While the wave format may sound a little like “Horde mode” from Gears of War, or any other third person game that now offers wave-based co-op play for that matter. Assassin’s Creed 3′s Wolf Pack will function similar to that of previous Assassin’s Creed titles, you and your friends will have a certain allotted time to track down your target using the circular direction HUD. Anonymous or stealthy kills will reward you with bonus XP points which, in turn, can be used to unlock new characters, changes, and costumes.
It’s not as easy as it sounds, however. NPCs can fight back; there are decoys and lookouts. If you do get knocked to the ground, your co-op buddies will have to help you up or get the kill themselves.
So it would Seem Ubisoft has just release a brand new trailer for there highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed III, Enjoy!
Assassin’s Creed 3 Liberation will be coming out the same day as Assassin’s Creed 3. It will come bundles with a Crystal white PS vita. Assassin’s Creed 3 liberation will allow you to play as a female assassin for the first time. Not only will this be a whole new story for Assassin Creed fans but will also come with extra content which will allow you to use in the console version of Assassin’s Creed 3. Items such as tomahawk skins and items to use in the campaign.
Watch the trailer below
Tonight Ubisoft showed of a great deal of Assassin’s Creed 3 and we loved it. Ubisoft started of by showing a stunning CGI trailer which got the audience sucked in which sawthe main protagonist Connor jumping from one enemy to another killing any body in his way. The game then went into actual gameplay and showed just what to expect from the enviroment and straight away you could tell the difference and how this is going to stand out from others in the AC series.The gameplay begins with Connor hunting a deer in a snowy forest for meat to complete a mission. After killing the deer, Connor is set upon by a pack of rabid wolves, weaving in and out of their lunges and then dispatching them one by one.
The demo ends with Connor leaping off the roof of a house before driving a musket bayonett through the chest of his target. The Animus simulation then starts to crumble in traditional Assassin’s Creed fashion before coming to a close.
Think we are wrong, take a look at the videos below and tell us other wise.
UK online retailer Zavvi has just posted a listing for Assassin’s Creed III for release on the PS Vita, Sony have previously discussed the possibility the series appearing on the Vita, but there has been no official announcement at this moment in time. With the pure power that the PSP has to pffer it is no wonder that modern AAA games are going to be coming out, especially with the actual duel analogue sticks and the innovative touch screen on the front and back.
This like most things in the gaming world is of course just a rumour, but it is not completely unbelievable and with E3 a week away, expect a great deal of Assassin’s Creed II info to come flying your way especiallyfrom the Ubisoft Press Conference.
If you head over to your consoles marketplace right now you will find the first singleplayer piece of DLC for Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. Titled “The Lost Archive” the addition focuses on the story of Clay Kaczmarek better known as Subject 16 and is aimed at answering some of the questions we have on this mysterious character and as his relation to the Assassin’s. The DLC will follow the same first person style of gameplay seen in the Desmond sections of the Revelations main campaign once again relying on your puzzle sovling abouts to progress through this extra two hours of content. The DLC will also add a few more costumes to Ezio’s wardrobe in the main campaign in the form of Turkish Armour, The Armour of Brutes and Altaïr’s robes. You will also receive capacity upgrades for you bombs, hidden gun and crossbow to further imprve Ezio’s vast arsenal of weapons. For those of you who did not purchase any of the various special editions of the game you will also get access to the Vlad the Impaler’s Prison secret location to explore. Ten new achievements/trophies will also be added for you to obtain.
As if all this singleplayer content was not enough an extra three new characters will be added to the multiplayer roster in the form of the Crusader, Ottoman Jester as well as the return of the Doctor from AC: Brotherhood now named the Ottoman Doctor with a new white look . The DLC is available on Xbox Live for 800 msp or €9.99 on PSN