Assassin’s Creed 3 Walkthrough

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  • Missing Supplies

    1. Make your way towards the main objective marker within the Frontier area to speak with George Washington and follow him along the trail to activate a pair of cut scenes, then mount a horse and head in the direction of the next green icon that appears to approach the abandoned church.
    2. Enter the abandoned church to activate a cut scene, then exit the building to turn on your Eagle Vision and approach the broken crate in front of you to analyze the clue.
    3. Head south to enter the green circle on your map and hide behind trees to avoid the squadron of Redcoats that pass by on the main road, then use Eagle Vision to find the next clue on that same dirt road and analyze it.
    4. Make your way east to reach the next green map circle and approach the cart stuck in the snow to encounter Church’s man, then chase after the driver to tackle him and activate a cut scene.
    5. Afterwards, make your way towards the next main objective marker to approach Church’s supply cart from a distance and follow it by free-running across the rocks along the left side of the road to remain undetected.
    6. Jump off the rocks to the trees overlooking the road and free-run across the branches to keep up with the supply cart so that you can continue eavesdropping on the conversation below.
    7. Free-run across the tree branches on the left side of the road until you are forced to drop back to the ground below, then continue moving forward at a safe distance to tail the cart without being detected and activate the next cut scene.
    8. Afterwards, execute the man who approaches the left side of the cart and exit the hay to start tailing the two indicated men ahead.
    9. Duck down in the shrubs to the left of the men to continue forward as you eavesdrop on their conversation, then take cover behind the nearest stack of crates ahead to maintain a safe listening distance.
    10. Turn left to approach the next stack of crates ahead and assassinate the guard behind, then continue forward to repeat the same action on another enemy and keep track of the two indicated men having a conversation.
    11. Approach the next stack of crates in front of you to execute a third guard and continue following the two men up the road ahead, then take cover behind the cart on the right and eliminate a fourth enemy nearby to activate a cut scene.
    12. Afterwards, sprint over to the men assaulting Haytham and defeat them using a combination of your combat skills to complete this mission.

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    5 Comments on Assassin’s Creed 3 Walkthrough

    epic gamer

    On October 30, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    I beat the game in 4 hours YES

    enjoying gamer

    On October 31, 2012 at 9:21 am

    4 hours, wow. then now there is time left for some 2 seconds sex


    On November 30, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    the games dosn’t work bceuse it willn’t move on to next part.

    Swarno the great

    On January 6, 2013 at 1:03 am

    The game ACIII giving deadlock after completion of 34% in present day sequence..pls help.

    Kevin Thielenhaus

    On January 7, 2013 at 9:16 am

    @Swarno the great,

    This problem has been reported by many other players, so you’re not alone. Sadly, it doesn’t look like Ubisoft has fixed this one, but hopefully there will be a patch in the near future.

    In the meantime, here are some things players have tried (with varying results);

    1. Connect to the internet, and make sure your X-box and copy of AC3 is fully updated.
    2. Reload your save. This could take several reloads before it finally works.
    3. If that doesn’t work, reset the console and try to reload your save files again.

    I’ll warn you, that doesn’t work for everyone. Either way, I’ll keep looking to see if Ubisoft has figured out a solution for this issue yet.

    Thanks for posting. We here at Game Front know how much it sucks when a game doesn’t let you finish.