Assassin's Creed III appeared in October for the consoles PlaySt
Published: Monday 13 February, 2017
Assassin's Creed III appeared in October 2012 for the consoles PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and in November 2012 for Windows PCs.
In the real world, the earth is close to the sinking through the First Civilization. Only Desmond can prevent this. He must look for a way to save the world in the Temple of First Civilization. When he enters the temple together with his father, Shaun and Rebeka Alice in the Country of Hearts
Between the memories, Desmond twice travels to reality to find new Eden splinters that also contribute to the opening of the gate. At the end of the story, Minerva and her sister speak to him and reveal to him that he must sacrifice himself to save the world. They blame each other and accuse each other that the one wants only power, while the other only tries to help people Cosplay Shop
The Assassin's Creed: The Assassin's Creed: Assassin's Creed: Assassin's Creed: Assassin's Creed: Assassin's Creed: Assassin's Creed All six books were written by Oliver Bowden; the German-language editions were published by Panini Verlag. At the Panini publishing house in May 2011 the comic Assassin's Creed also appeared: The Downfall (Volume 1) by Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart.
In addition, three large-scale Comicalbens have appeared in Splitter: Assassin's Creed: Desmond (Volume 1, 2011), Assassin's Creed: Aquilus (Volume 2, 2011) and Assassin's Creed: Accipiter (Volume 3, 2011). All were written by Eric Corbeyran and drawn by Djillali Defali. In November 2012, a second Assassin's Creed cycle began at Splitter.
Takashi Yano and Kenji Ōiwa are the manga Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag: Kakusei, released in Germany by Tokyopop as Assassin's Creed: Awakening.
In November 2015, Matt Miller published the book Sacha Assassin's Creed: the image of an epic at Panini Verlag.
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The Continuation To Assassin's Creed Series. Last Descendants is scheduled to appear on April 27, 2017, and is also by Matthew J. Kirby.