Looking back on the series as a whole Assassin’s Creed III may be one of the more polarizing games, it does have a huge following in it’s own right. Many fondly remember the title set in the American Revolution, afterall AC III is where we were first introduced to the surprisingly fun and ship combat that was further explored in later games. The game had a surprising amount to do, including hunting and foraging, tons or period themes mini-games like Checkers, and classic AC things like building up a player house. After a series of flops and the later titles taken in a new direction like with the recent Odyssey, many are feeling like this is a refreshing return to form. A return to form to form that will be featured in stylish 4K. Maybe now those who disliked it the first time around can find something to appreciate.
The remake is going to include updated graphics, updated game play mechanics, most likely a few quality of life improvements, and all the DLC included and remastered as well. This includes the solo story Liberation. This is truly a wealth of content coming for Assassin’s Creed fans. Especially for those who purchased the DLC season pass for AC Odyssey. All of this will be included with that purchase. While most people seem excited some feel like this is taking the place of more content for Odyssey, certainly after some weren’t too happy with how Ubisoft plans to handle the Heritage expansion. However, with two other full DLCs coming it doesn’t seem like there will be anything lacking and the addition of AC III will be a nice bonus. Assassin’s Creed III remastered will be out on March 29.