Assassin's Creed III - The Betrayal for PC
PC - DLC, Windows

Assassin's Creed III - The Betrayal

Mar 19, 2013

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This game requires the base game Assassin's Creed III to play.

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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The Betrayal is the second episode in The Tyranny of King Washington series in which George Washington goes mad with power and rules as a tyrannical king. Connor, having never become an Assassin, awakes as Ratonhnhaké:ton and accepts a new mission to fight for freedom. In this new episode, you travel to Boston to find an unlikely but familiar ally in your war against the king. Live history as it never happened and ignite a new revolution!

System Requirements

Recommended

  • OS: Windows Vista® (SP2) / Windows® 7 (SP1) / Windows® 8
  • Processor: 2.66 GHz Intel® Core™2 Quad Q9400 or 3.00 GHz AMD Phenom™ II X4 940
  • Memory: 4 GB
  • Graphics: 1024 MB DirectX® 10—compliant with Shader Model 5.0 or higher (see supported list)*
  • DirectX®: 10
  • Hard Drive: 17 GB
  • Sound: DirectX 10–compliant (5.1 surround sound recommended)
  • Multiplayer: 256 kbps or faster broadband connection
  • Peripherals: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)*Supported Video Cards at Time of Release:
    AMD Radeon™ HD 4850 / 5000 / 6000 / 7000 series
    NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT / 9 / 200 / 400 / 500 / 600 series
    Laptop versions of these cards may work, but are not supported. These chipsets are the only ones that will run this game. For the most up-to-date minimum requirement listings, please visit the FAQ on our support website.
    Requires a Uplay Account

Minimum

  • OS: Windows Vista® (SP2) / Windows® 7 (SP1) / Windows® 8
  • Processor: 2.60 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo E8200 or 2.60 GHz AMD Athlon™ II X4 620
  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Graphics: 512 MB DirectX® 10—compliant with Shader Model 4.0 or higher (see supported list)*
  • DirectX®: 10
  • Hard Drive: 17 GB
  • Sound: DirectX 10—compliant (5.1 surround sound recommended)
  • Multiplayer: 256 kbps or faster broadband connection
  • Peripherals: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)*Supported Video Cards at Time of Release:
    AMD Radeon™ HD 4850 / 5000 / 6000 / 7000 series
    NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT / 9 / 200 / 400 / 500 / 600 series
    Laptop versions of these cards may work, but are not supported. These chipsets are the only ones that will run this game. For the most up-to-date m

Gamer Reviews

147 Reviews
6.52
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Mar 28, 2021

This DLC is a great take on an alternate history in the AC3 game. It takes place in an illusion where Washington has taken the mantle of the king and has become a tyrant. He holds the Apple of Eden and bends every other persons mind to do his bidding. The pyramid and the huge ships in the middle of New York is a great addition to the map. Connor gets some superpowers which help him call animals for help instead of Assassin which I liked. The NPC don't remember anything from the past and their take and interaction with Connor feels real. Its a good DLC, worth your time.

Wolphanto

Wolphanto

Aug 27, 2020
8.30

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
6.68
Robert VerBruggenMar 21, 2013
It could have been nice to spend more time in Connor's world, especially given that Assassin's Creed III won't spawn a bunch of spinoff games the way that its numerical predecessor did. But The Tyranny of King Washington does not do the trick, so fans will need to wait for Assassin's Creed IV, due later this year, for their next real fix.
Phil HornshawMar 27, 2013
The Betrayal is more fun to play than The Infamy and does more with its tools, and this is truly an add-on that feels like it adds to the total package. It’d be a stronger piece of content if the story was a bit more engaging — it’s tough to give a crap about characters who you met in the main game but whom don’t remember or care about you.
Chris CarterMar 20, 2013
The Betrayal tries to offer more variety than The Infamy did thanks to its high flying antics, but it never truly transcends those ideas on a base level. If it offered a full sandbox with ridiculous spirit powers, it could have made for a pretty amazing superhero sideshow. Instead, the powers feel fairly limiting, as do the worlds they take place in; which feels like a wasted opportunity.

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