Assassin’s Creed 3 Walkthrough

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  • Chasing Lee

    1. Travel to Boston to approach the current main objective marker and enter the Green Dragon Tavern to activate a cut scene, then exit the building and mount the horse nearby to ride in the direction of the next green map icon.
    2. Dismount from your horse upon reaching the docks and continue on foot towards the objective marker to enter the green circle on the mini-map, then climb onto the rooftops that overlook this area and activate Eagle Vision.
    3. Search the docks below and move between rooftops if necessary to spot the golden figure that represents Lee, then drop to approach his location and activate a short cut scene.
    4. Afterwards, sprint across the docks after Lee and keep track of his location during pursuit by watching for the red icon that hangs above him.
    5. Try navigating around the various crowds of people, rather than pushing through them, to maintain a constant sprinting speed and ignore any extraneous enemies that stand in your path.
    6. Use your free-running ability to cut corners in the turns that Lee makes during the chase or to avoid a more difficult path of obstacles that could slow you down.
    7. Pursue Lee up the ramp that leads into the massive shipping that been set on fire and turn right at the top, then slide beneath the first beam ahead and approach the next one ahead as it collapses to reach a dead-end.
    8. Turn right to scale the wall beside you and use the windows above to climb to your left, then swing across the ropes ahead to reach the landing on the other side and move left again to jump through the opening that’s not on fire.
    9. Exit the room through the open doorway on your right and turn left to jump into the v-shaped wooden structure below, then cross the gaps ahead to drop further into the structure and continue moving forward.
    10. Slide beneath the barricade in front of you and climb up onto the next ledge ahead, then continue moving forward to walk across the wooden beam and cut the rope on the other side to quickly ascend.
    11. Sprint forward after Lee to swing around the next corner and continue chasing him across the wooden structure by free-running to activate another cut scene, then exit the ship to approach the green objective marker and speak with the harbor master to complete this mission.
    12. Achievement / Trophy Unlocked: The Sum of Truth (Gold):
Complete Sequence 12.

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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.