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Assassin's Creed IV: Aveline Exclusive to PlayStation, PS3 DLC Details

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59w ago - Ubisoft Community Developer Gabriel Graziani is here with some fresh video footage of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag: Aveline alongside the PS3 DLC details below.

To quote: We've got a bunch of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag announcements for you this week, PlayStation Assassins! Let's get right to it with the announcement of our single-player DLC: Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag: Freedom Cry.

Over the course of AC4, you will get to know the Jackdaw's Quartermaster Adewale very well... but in the upcoming downloadable episode Freedom Cry, you will lead him from despair to victory! Captain Edward Kenway knows Adewale to be a trusty and capable deck officer, but what mysterious circumstances led him to the brash and brutal life of a pirate?

You'll get a peek in AC4, but you'll get the full story - along with what comes after - in Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag: Freedom Cry.





This forthcoming DLC episode in the saga of AC4 will deliver the following features:

• An Imposing Assassin: In addition to being an exceptional sailor and pirate, Adewale has become the master of several types of melee weaponry and commands the will to use them.
• Fight Slavery in 18th Century Haiti: Journey...
 

Aveline the Chameleon: Personas in Assassin's Creed III: Liberation

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110w ago - Ubisoft Montreal Community Developer Gabe Graziani has spotlighted Aveline the Chameleon today as part of their personas in Assassin's Creed III: Liberation coverage.

Below are the details, to quote: In Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, you play as Aveline de Granpre, an assassin of mixed French and African heritage.

Her assassination skills span multiple disciplines, and she is especially adept at manipulating the perceptions of others in order to move stealthily through all levels of 18th-century New Orleans society.

In order to understand Aveline's talents, it helps to have an accurate picture of the world in which she lived. 18th century New Orleans was a tumultuous place, having just transitioned from Spanish to French occupation.

People from all over the world and all walks of life interacted with one another on a daily basis in all sorts of capacities: rich landowners rubbed elbows with freshly imported colonists and wealthy merchants mingled with indentured servants.

It was a roiling hodgepodge of nationalities, ideologies, religions, social castes and political affiliations - perhaps more so than any other part of the burgeoning United...
 
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