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What is Assassin's Creed 3 about?

The revised version of the fifth part of the Assassin series not only offers 4K graphics and HDR support, Ubisoft has also revised the often criticised controls. Graphically the character models were replaced and also the environments, crowds and effects shine in new brilliance.
Besides the main game, Assassin's Creed III Remastered also contains the DLCs The Tyranny of King Washington, Benedict Arnold missions and The Hidden Secrets Pack as well as the revised version of Assassin's Creed Liberation.

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bobo1983

4.0

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332d ago

Pro: Large world, large range of weapons and equipment, interesting, non-linear framework plot and a good synchro. Graphics are also very good for an Assassin’s Creed remaster, the environments look nice.
Contra: Lighting problems. The image sometimes goes very dark during battles - I have encountered this 2 times in 10 fights so far. The story starts pretty late. You start 3 of the 12 chapters accompanied by comrades, then play a child in chapter 4 and get your main character in chapter 5. In no other Assassin’s Creed games has the game began this slowly. However, once you finally arrive at the main protagonist of the game and the actual story, the game starts to make fun.

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