Assassin’s Creed 3 DLC Tyranny of Washington Coming in February

We’ve finally got a date for the big alternate history DLC pack Ubisoft is creating for Assassin’s Creed 3: Feb. 19.

Or rather, that’s when the first of three episodes of the DLC, called, “The Infamy,” will launch. It starts with George Washington being crowned king of the newly formed United States of America, and protagonist Connor’s attempts to dethrone him. PC and Xbox 360 get the first episode on Feb. 19, and Playstation Network players will have access on Feb. 20.

According to Ubisoft’s press release, we can extrapolate the entire Tyranny of King Washington DLC will cost you about $30 — the first episode will go for $9.99 on UPlay and the Playstation Network, or 800 MS Points on Xbox Live. Worth noting that you can get the Season Pass for Assassin’s Creed 3 for $30 (2400 MS Points), which nets you two additional DLC packs: the Battle Hardened pack muliplayer, and the Hidden Secrets pack that includes a few new naval missions and some multiplayer character skins.

The Battle Hardened pack goes for $10 and Hidden Secrets will cost you $5, so that makes the Season Pass a net savings of $15. That is, if you absolutely need those other two DLC packs; you can check out our review of Hidden Secrets to help make that decision.

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3 Comments on Assassin’s Creed 3 DLC Tyranny of Washington Coming in February


On January 24, 2013 at 3:23 pm

Ubisoft’s practices are some of the worst in the industry, yet they usually go ignored. I’ll never forgive them for the Prince of Persia debacle (releasing a game without a proper ending while already developing the post-ending DLC which they then charged for).


On January 24, 2013 at 3:36 pm

I really love the naval battles in this game, the technology used for the water is amazing.


On February 2, 2013 at 2:21 am

Poor Danny. Be mad against everyone else here because they all turned crazy against EA and Mass Effect 3 and is one of the reason Ubi is ignored.