Ubisoft unveils The Hidden Secrets pack coming to a digital download service near you!
Like previous games in the series, Assassin’s Creed III will get a bunch of new multiplayer and single-player DLC and the first of which, dubbed ‘The Hidden Secrets’, is due to launch today for season pass holders.
The new content address three extra single-player missions which involve lost Mayan ruins and more sea combat, equating to around an additional hour of gameplay. Two new costumes and characters are being bundled with the new content and are detailed below:
· Two single-player costumes including the fabled Captain of the Aquila uniform and the traditional Colonial Assassin outfit.
· Two multiplayer characters including the fearsome Redcoat and the deadly Sharpshooter.
The season pass for this content pack and four more currently in development will set you back 2400 Microsoft points on Xbox Live or £23.99 on PlayStation 3 and PC
The Hidden Secrets pack will be released to non-season pass holders for Xbox 360 on December 11th, whereas PlayStation 3 and PC owners will have to wait until December 13th. No price for buying this content on its own has been confirmed.
Ubisoft has also teased the next piece of content heading to Assassin’s Creed III, after The Hidden Secrets pack. The new content is called ‘The Tyranny of King Washington’ and features a standalone, alternate history campaign which is split into three separate chapters. The blurb for this rather controversial content is shown below:
“It’s 1783 and the American Revolution is over, but the true battle is just beginning. Blinded by a thirst for unlimited power, George Washington has declared himself King. Now, our new hero Ratohnhakéton must dethrone the tyrant and return freedom to the land.”
Nothing like courting a bit of controversy, eh Ubisoft? Still we’re glad the dev tem are pushing this fiction into intriguing new areas.
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