- Sony Social Media Manager Sid Shuman
has scouted locations today including Boston, New York, and the Frontier in Assassin's Creed III for PS3.
To quote: Part of Assassin's Creed III's ample appeal lies in its fastidious recreation of Revolutionary War-era America, a time of great uncertainty and even greater promise.
Developer Ubisoft Montreal
has gone to considerable lengths to accurately recreate historic locations across the U.S. Eastern Seaboard, referring to era maps and historians in order to bolster the game's authenticity.
We recently spoke with lead designer Steve Masters and creative director Alex Hutchinson to learn more about the game's slavish attention to detail in recreating late 18th century colonial America. Enjoy!
"In Boston, you'll see a lot of places you could see today, from the old statehouse to Fenway Market to a pub called the Green Dragon Tavern
. Using maps from the era, we recreated Boston at a 1:3 scale, including a lot of the surrounding countryside with towns like Lexington and Concord."
- Steve Masters, Lead Designer, Assassin's Creed III
"One of my favorite details is how we're bringing the crowd to...