Assassin’s Creed III DLC Tells Alternate History Story Of “King Washington”

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Ubisoft confirmed details for the Assassin’s Creed Season Pass. It includes five download content packs, including “The Tyranny of King George” single-player episodic campaign.

The Tyranny of King George lasts three content packs, released episodically, where players can experience an alternate history of the events following the ending of the main storyline, after the American Revolution.

“Driven by the desire to secure the fate of the colonies, the greatest hero of the revolution, George Washington, succumbs to the temptation of infinite power. The new King is born and his reign leaves no one untouched. To return freedom to the land our new hero must dethrone a tyrant he once called friend”.

The other two DLC includes new maps and characters for multiplayer.

The season pass costs 2400 Microsoft Points on Xbox live or $29.99 on PSN and PC, and is available within the first six month of the game’s release. Ubisoft says the season pass offers a 25% discount if the content was purchased individually.

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During its VGA award show, Spike showed off a bit more about Assassin’s Creed III’s new DLC, where George Washington becomes king.

In Assassin’s Creed’s new DLC, after the revolution ends, Washington decides to become king. In this alternate version of history, Washington decides to unite the colonies under his leadership. The story, as told before, spans through three episodic content packs. In the trailer, Washington talks about having a greed for power, and establishing an empire with him as supreme commander; one crown and ruler. Only one man can stop King Washington. The trailer also shows Connor wearing a wolf skin pelt.

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