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July 2, 2012, 11:45 am
By Alex De Vore
Ubisoft announces Assassin's Creed III Limited/Deluxe Editions.

Beloved French game developer Ubisoft announced today what goodies will come as pre-order bonuses with the upcoming Limited and Deluxe editions of Assassin's Creed III.

Limited Edition (Xbox 360, PS3)
-Assassin's Creed III game
-9.44" assassin statue featuring new protagonist Connor posed with his tomahawk and hidden blade
-Embroidered 28"x48" Assassin's Creed inspired colonial flag
-A bithcin' belt buckle in the shape of the Assassin's insignia

Digital Deluxe Edition (PC)
-Assassin's Creed III game
-George Washington's notebook revealing his true story during the American Revolution
-3 extra single-player missions
-New outfits/weapons, including the Scottish flintlock rumored to have fired "the shot heard round the world."
-Extra multiplayer characters
-A collection of audio tracks from previous Assassin's Creed games

Each edition is available for pre-order from various physical and online retailers.

Assassin's Creed III moves the iconic series into the 1700s and the American Revolution. Players step back into the Animus machine as Desmond Miles, who will now inhabit the memories of new protagonist Connor, a half-Native, half-American assassin who plays a major role in the birth of our nation.

 

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