Assassin's Creed III Screenshots (PlayStation 3)

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PlayStation 3 version

Main menu
Title screen
At the opera theater.
Use eagle vision to locate your target.
Lockpicking feature lets you open locked doors and chests.
Sailing off to a new world.
There are various games you can play.
Exploring the ship.
Fighting tutorial.
Fighting wild animals is done via quick-time events.
Connor's mother.
Performing the leap of faith.
Listening in on the conversation while blending with the crowd.
Playing with your friends.
When enemy squad is firing at you, use their own as a shield.
When two opponents attack you at the same time, parrying will kick in a fancy takedown of both attackers, dependent on the weapon you wield.
Connor is very skilled with a tomahawk.
You can avoid enemy patrols by using the roofs.
Death from above.
You can send fellow assassins on the missions so they can gather experience.
City map.
Arriving at the port.
You can jump into water from any height, and you don't have to be precise like with the hay stack.
Sword is not the most common weapon in the west, but it is still available if you prefer it.
River can be very dangerous... trying to catch up with the poor lumberjack and save him from drowning.
When you counter enemy attack, you can kill, disarm or throw the enemy.
In charge of rebel defense against the British troops.
In ship battles, timing is everything.
Captain on deck... take on the wheel to start commandeering the ship.
Enemy ship appeared out of nowhere, and there's nowhere to hide.
Use the chain shot to destroy the ship's mast.
Duck in order to minimize the damage from enemy cannonballs.
Assassination from the ledge, as we as many other previous features are still present.
You can perform assassination from any corner, and even whistle to attract the guard's attention.
On a treasure hunt.
Unlike in previous AC games, Connor can use trees to take the higher ground.
Don't forget to check the radar when surrounding blurs your vision.
There are many wild animals you can hunt.
Different animals act differently, elks will attack you if you provoke them.
You can read tracks by analyzing clues to pinpoint the location of an animal or a person of interest.
The Templars are plotting yet again
Desmond is looking for a secret cave
This can only end in one way... his death
Young Connor
Trying to save your mother
Crossing a small brook
Fly like an eagle
QTE during wolf attacks
British troops may have won the battle, but not the war
Approaching the lost forgotten missing ship to plunder its cargo