Assassin’s Creed 3 – Epilogue – All 3 Missions (100% Sync – Perfectionist)
Assassin’s Creed 3 – Epilogue – All 3 Missions (100% Sync – Perfectionist)

Assassin’s Creed III mission walkthrough in HD Assassin’s Creed 3 Walkthrough [Full 100% Synchronization] Playlist: Follow our Assassin’s Creed III Show for more videos: =================================== Epilogue Missions – Evacuation Day (New York) – Kanatahséhton (Frontier – East Coast) – Synchronize the Animus (Boston) Optional objectives: – None =================================== Related achievements / trophies: – Fin =================================== Game available on: Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii U & PC Video recorded on: Microsoft Xbox 360 =================================== For more, visit: ● ● ● http ●

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  1. Do you get anything for completing all of this except Altair´s outfit I mean???

  2. 2:30 not everyone is free…

  3. does anyone else wanna know who that guy talking about the pivots is

  4. His story isn’t finished, it didn’t show Connor dying or anything. During Assassin’s Creed Revelations, it showed Altair’s death as one of the memories, and they made a short movie called Assassin’s Creed Embers, which showed the last few days of Ezio’s life

  5. Scenario Suggestions I thought for future Assassin’s Creed Franchise:
    French Revolution&Napoleonic Wars
    Latin American Revolutions&Age of Imperialism
    WW1&Russian Revolution
    WW2(I know this idea is more likely to get shot down by Ubisoft but, I believe an interesting story would form in this scenario)
    NATO vs Soviet Union and/or Russian Federation
    Post WW2 Middle East&North Africa(1948-Present)
    Post Cold War Superpowers: China&the United States(1991- Present)
    Post WW2 Germany&Japan (1945-Present)

  6. His story isn’t done, just like Ezio’s wasn’t in 2 and Altair’s wasn’t in 1

  7. Thanks so much for all the vids. You just got a new subscriber.

  8. He meant the story, you finish off Altair’s and Ezio’s Story in 3 games…

  9. by for the most part i mean the main character is altair in 1 while the main character is ezio in brotherhood, revalations, and ac2

  10. it was actulaly 1 to finish off Altair(for the most part at least) and 3 for ezio. also if you noticed when the number is feature in the game it means a new character(AC1-Altair, AC2-Ezio, AC Revalations-Ezio, AC Brotherhood-Ezio, AC3- Connor

  11. im pretty sure he was talking about the history that follow as in Americans themselves stealing Indian land and killing them.

  12. Thats an „interesting“ way to look at the game 😛 i think it was epic

  13. So this is it ? it is finished like this ?
    Ubisoft is very cruel to let us down like this ! 🙁
    Really hope there will be something else after Connor’s and Desmond’s story…

  14. what do we need to do whit the pivot lota ? 🙁

  15. altair’s is four… besides whe dont know whats to come for AC universe – i dont think we are done with connor – only in the end of the game he understood what it is to be an assassin (before he was just doing things for his people not the whole world) and truly became one – the game tells a story of initiation (same as AC2 for Ezio) + we never know if Desmond doesnt have a sibling for his/their father to use inside Animus…

  16. what happens after you get all the piviots?

  17. To be fair, I don’t think many people want to play ‚Assassins Creed: Watching the Revolution (that you put in power) Steal Your Land And Annihilate Your Culture‘

  18. and what about AC 1? it wasn’t with altair or what?

  19. im confused about what the guy said at the end

  20. II, Bro-hood, Revelations

  21. 3? i thought it’s 4

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