12.12.12

Hidden Secrets Pack DLC Out Now!

The first downloadable content for Assassin's Creed III is NOW AVAILABLE for all players on Windows PC and Xbox 360 and tomorrow on PlayStation 3 (and WiiU at a later date).

We are very pleased to announce the Hidden Secrets Pack, the first downloadable content for Assassin's Creed III is NOW AVAILABLE for all players on Windows PC and Xbox 360 and tomorrow on PlayStation 3 (and WiiU at a later date). The Hidden Secrets Pack will be available on Xbox 360 for 400 Microsoft Points or on other playforms £3.99.

The Hidden Secrets DLC Pack adds three extra missions (some including our critically acclaimed naval warfare gameplay):
 
• The Lost Mayan Ruins
• The Ghost of War
• A Dangerous Secret

You'll also receive:

• Two single-player costumes - the Captain of the Aquila and the Colonial Assassin to round out your collection in the Homestead Manor
• Two additional multiplayer characters - the Redcoat and the Sharpshooter

WARNING: While downloading DLC content, please do not load your save game – we have identified an issue that could result in loss of data if you load a saved game during the downloading process.

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