Assassin's Creed 3: The Tyranny of King Washington adds some wolves to Connor's one man wolf pack

While playing Assassin's Creed 3, I used to think of Ratonhnhaké:ton as a one man wolf pack. But when Ubisoft unveiled The Tyranny of King Washington DLC the wolf pack grew by two... or three. Ratonhnhaké:ton, or Connor as he's commonly known as, has new, devastating wolf-like powers. Four wolves, running through the American wilderness together, looking for strippers and cocaine to take down the new enemy, King George Washington.

For those unfamiliar, The Tyranny of King Washington is a single-player campaign told through three episodic content packs. Throughout the trilogy of DLC, you'll experience an alternate history of events following the American Revolution. In this case, you must defeat King George Washington who succumbs to the temptation of infinite power.

To help you along the way you can use the brand new Wolf Powers. Invoking the power of the wolf will let you invisibly sneak up on unknowing enemies. Another ability lets you summon a pack of wolves to brutally take down your foes. Check out the trailer above for a closer look. 

All episodes of the Tyranny of King Washington are available through the Assassin’s Creed 3 Season Pass, which is available for purchase for 2400 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE or $29.99 on the PlayStation Network and Windows PC. Each episode of The Tyranny of King Washington is also available for purchase separately as a single DLC pack for 800 Microsoft points or $9.99. 

The first episode, titled The Infamy, released last month. On March 19, you'll be able to download the second part of the trilogy -- The Betrayal.

Matt Liebl You can follow Senior News Editor Matt Liebl on Twitter @Matt_GZ. He likes games, sports, musicals, and his adorable dog, Wrigley, and his wife.
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