Assassin’s Creed 4′s Freedom Cry DLC release date announced – December 17th

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By on December 16, 2013 at 8:06 pm

It was just last week that Ubisoft launched the first of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag‘s DLC – Blackbeard’s Wrath – for multiplayer and now they have followed that up with an announcement about the first of AC4′s single player DLC – Freedom Cry. Specifically they announced it would be available to purchase on PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on December 17th, with the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 receiving the game the following day.

Freedom Cry doesn’t put you back in Edward Kenway’s waterlogged boots, instead the nine missions star Kenway’s quartermaster Adéwalé 15 years after the events of AC4, when the former-slave-now-assassin is shipwrecked on Saint-Domingue – the island nation now known as Haiti. No prizes for guessing what it will be about. Freedom Cry will be available for $9.99 USD or as a part of the Season Pass and embedded below is the cinematic trailer for the DLC.

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Sure would be nice to get some optimisation instead.



they have recently done some optimisation with a recent update…The problem is the engine requires a decent CPU… you should be able to run it at a fairly smooth 55frames plus if you turn vsync off

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