Assassin’s Creed III’s naval warfare trailer


After E3, one of the biggest moments concerning the Assassin’s Creed series was innovation and new features. Certainly Assassin’s Creed III‘s development team has put a lot of hard work to give the fans a fresh new take on the series in the upcoming installment. Assassin’s Creed III will be releasing on October 30th for Xbox 360 and PS3 along with its sister PS Vita title, Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation. However, Ubisoft has recently confirmed November 20th as the North America release date for the PC version where as it’ll release three days later to other countries. Below is the current trailer for the newest title that obviously focuses on one of the most interesting gameplay aspects of Assassin’s Creed III, naval warfare.

Assassin’s Creed III for PC release date confirmed to be a month later


Ubisoft has officially announced that Assassin’s Creed III for PC will in fact be out a month later. After at least a month of speculation after an image caught by one of Eurogamer’s counterparts, Assassin’s Creed III will be available on November 2oth for North America and the 23rd for the rest of the world for PC. Hopefully, the extended date will allow for more features to be placed into the game to make it as polished and excellent as it can be. Also in recent news, the PlayStation 3 edition will receive an hour long exclusive content like in the past release of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood where PS3 players received the Copernicus Conspiracy mission. There is still no details on what the exclusive content entails yet.

Assassin’s Creed III’s new trailer shows off AnvilNext Engine


Check out the brand new trailer for Assassin’s Creed III which highlights much of the new improvements and features in the upcoming installment. The game is also utilizing Ubisoft’s newest Anvil technology, AnvilNext Engine. The previous three Assassin’s Creed games used the Anvil Engine, but for the next title, Ubisoft is really highlighting the amazing standouts of the game which includes, but not limited to changing weather according to the seasons, naval warfare, combat and movement based on Connor’s heritage, as well as 2000 NPCs battling in one sequence.

Steam Summer Sale Day 5


Here’s your daily deals for Day 5! You still have less than twelve hours to purchase Day 4 daily deals as well.

The flash sales at the moment now are:

The community poll at the moment is amongst Mirror’s Edge (75% off), Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (75% off), and Beyond Good and Evil (75% off). The voting ends in less than four hours and you have a chance to pick up Red Faction Guerilla at $4.99 (75% off) before the community sale ends in less than five hours.

CBS signed to Deus Ex: Human Revolution based film


Assassin’s Creed isn’t the only series turning into a film, now so is Square Enix’s Deus Ex. The most recent installment of the series Deus Ex: Human Revolution debuted last summer and now the new film will feature an interpretation of the recent video game. There’s no news on who will play the main role for the film, but it certainly won’t be Michael Fassbender. CBS will be working closely with Eidos Montreal and Roy Lee, executive producer of The Departed, and Adrian Askarieh are the two named producers for the upcoming film. As someone who just finished Deus Ex: Human Revolution rather recently, it’s truly an amazing game and I highly recommend it. For a game that hasn’t been out for more than a year, grabbing Deus Ex: HR on a 75% off sale at just $7.49 is an absolute steal. Also The Departed is a great film that I recommend too, of course I’m biased having been raised in Massachusetts.

Michael Fassbender to star in upcoming Assassin’s Creed film


Assassin’s Creed is in fact receiving a film adaptation. Michael Fassbender, who  played Magneto in X-Men: First Class and David in Prometheus, will be the star of the film. According to Jean-Julien Baronnet, CEO of Ubisoft Motion Pictures, Michael Fassbender was the top choice for the role.

The Art of Assassin’s Creed III announced


Come October 30th, the release date for Xbox 360 and PS3 of Assassin’s Creed III, Titan Books’ The Art of Assassin’s Creed III will launch in stores as well. The 144 page book of the upcoming visually-stunning game will be available to purchase for just $29.95.

Assassin’s Creed is rightly considered one of the most visually exciting games, and the concept art for Assassin’s Creed III is no exception,” says senior commissioning editor Laura Price. “The new era and the new assassin are incredibly exciting and the sheer beauty of the art is extraordinary. Assassin’s Creed III promises to be the biggest and best yet and we’re delighted to be involved” (Game Informer).

Pre-order it from Amazon for just $24.45 now.

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