What kind of setting would Revolutionary War-era America make for an Assassin's Creed game? See for yourself as the latest in a long line of professional killers does the tomahawk chop in the wintry war-torn Northeastern woods.


When the setting was revealed for Assassin's Creed III some fans thought it was a terrible choice, mainly due to the lack of tall buildings in colonial America. As you can see in this action-packed trailer, our new assassin doesn't need buildings to get the job done.

From the screens we've seen we know there'll be (relatively) big cities in the game, but who needs buildings when Mother Nature provides all the climbing, jumping, and pouncing an assassin could ever ask for?

Still need convincing? Might I direct you to Revolutionary War history buff Luke Plunkett?