Assassin’s Creed III Web Game Hacks History and Needs AC Fans to Spot the Difference

by on October 12, 2012

Assassin's Creed III Web Game Hacks History and Needs AC Fans to Spot the DifferenceIt seems like a long time since the gaming community was this pumped about an Assassin’s Creed release. The fact that the, trilogy within a trilogy, is over, probably helps that. Ubisoft are creating more hype for their upcoming title by getting fans to play a game of spot the difference, sort of.

In the next nine days, AC III fans will be working together to find anomalies in three different images from the American Revolution. Already, 21,000 irregularities have been spotted in the first image – Bunker Hill. The other two historical events that fans will attempt to decipher are Chesapeake Bay and Washington At Valley Forge. Once all anomolies in the three images have been found, another picture will be revealed. Right now, the illusive fourth image just looks like a bunch of dots, but it’s AC fans duty to to join the aforementioned dots.

You can join in on this little web game by heading to the Assassin’s Creed website. It’s something to do until we all get to play as Connor in one of this year’s biggest titles.

Assassin’s Creed III is set to release on October 31 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It’s coming to PC on November 23. Finally, the game will release on Wii U on November 30.