Assassin’s Creed III: The Betrayal DLC takes flight – check out the new trailer

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The Betrayal, the second chapter in The Tyranny of King Washington single-player DLC series is available tomorrow on PlayStation 3! Trapped in captivity by the vicious King Washington, Ratonhnhaké:ton must free himself and seek aid to overthrow Washington’s ruthless machinations. Check out the video below for a run-down on what to expect:

If you’re still curious about those Eagle Powers that Ratonhnhaké:ton is packing, be sure to check out our full write-up on all the details here.

The Tyranny of King Washington – Episode 2: The Betrayal is available for Season Pass-holders or for £7.99/€9.99! For more information please visit www.assassinscreed.com/dlc.

Remember, you can save on all downloadable content for Assassin’s Creed III by purchasing a Season Pass. You’ll get immediate access to our first DLC “The Hidden Secrets Pack,” second “The Battle Hardened Pack” and the first Episode of our Tyranny of King Washington single-player DLC “The Infamy” and be ready to continue the adventure in the next two episodes! You can learn more about the Assassin’s Creed III Season Pass at: www.assassinscreed.com/seasonpass.

Embrace the eagle to stop the tyranny, Assassins!

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Could you guys do a DLC that completely makes the game fun? I miss my fun assassin’s creeds.

I look forward to it.

Keep me going until Bioshock next week.

Ummm, spoiler alert? I’ve not finished the first part yet!

What ACIII lacked, I think, was the “seamless” feel of other modern games… see “Tomb Raider” and “Far Cry 3” for perfect examples. I HATED the constant interruption of the blinding white loading screen! Get rid of that and the game would be MUCH more enjoyable.

ACIII only became fun after completing the story because there were far less interruptions.

I also have an issue with the awful UI within the trading screens… horrid, long-winded and irritating. A nightmare of terrible design.

I’m hoping ACIV will learn from the mistakes of ACIII and be a return to form!

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