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Friday, March 2, 2012

Assassin's Creed III, Desomd's Ancestors Canadian?

     Assassin's Creed III has been leaked this last week as to it's setting and other very important information. From the looks of it, Desmond's relative will be during the American Revolution.

Poster Art of Assassin's Creed III.
     Now this brings up a lot of questions as to how this will change aspects of the game. Now, me personally, I think Ubisoft can do a lot with the idea, especially because the American Revolution is not done often in games today.

     However, this setting might also cause a problem to some of the core mechanics of Assassin's Creed's play style. First, the revolution was mainly a war and time period based on guns. Not to say it was nothing else, but Ubisoft will just have to get creative with this one, and I'm sure they will.Second, is that during the revolution they're weren't to many high scalded buildings. However, again I'm sure Ubisoft will choose wisely as to wear exactly they will place Desmond's unnamed ancestor.

     Really, in my opinion, I love America and it's history. There were so many great battle during the American Revolution including the Battle of York Town, the Boston Massacre, and the Battle of Trenton.

     Specifically, the Battle of Trenton will probably be a big part of this game just by seeing Desmond's relative riding with George Washington over the Delaware River, a very well known painting of the American Revolution.

Desmond's Relative "leading" George Washington.
     One last thing I'd like to say is that Desmond may have Native American roots in his assassin bloodline, but I think Ubisoft could easily make him Canadian. This is not known by many people on how America did ask Canada for help in the war, however this did not happen because Britain placed a Quebec Act which encouraged the Canadians to not join the Americans.

     I found this information from here. It was very interesting and all was around the time when Washington crossed the Delaware. So, it might be a good assumption that Desmond's relatives were undercover assassin's for the Canadians, that way they could keep peace with both America and Britain.

Alton W. Ruff, Main Contributor 


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