Assassin’s Creed III Trophy Guide

Assassin's Creed III Trophy Guide

Assassin’s Creed III Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** Β Acquiring 100% completion on the missions is arguably more difficult than previous titles in the series. Online trophies are on par with Revelations in terms of difficulty.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Assassin’s Creed III *** 51 Ubisoft Montreal Canada 36 13 1 6 8

Assassin’s Creed III

Assassin's Creed III is a third-person action adventure with stealth elements, is the fifth installment in the Assassin's Creed series, and a direct sequel to Revelations. The story flashes between events in the 21st Century and 18th Century colonial America, and introduces a new fictional historical character.

Following the events of Revelations, Desmond Miles and his friends travel to the Grand Temple of "Those Who Came Before," an ancient race of beings who were responsible for creating humankind, but were wiped off the face of the Earth in a global calamity. A key is required to activate the temple and stop the re-occurrence of a global disaster, and to find it, Desmond must use the Animus to explore the memories of another ancestor, the half-English, half-Mohawk man named Ratonhnhake:tone, also known as Connor, who is mixed up with the Templar order after they attacked his Native American village.

Like its predecessors, Assassin's Creed III received very positive reviews, with an average score of 90% for its incredible visuals and great story, though is not perfect due to complaints of some game glitches.

If you've played any previous Assassin's Creed titles, in comparison to difficulty we could say that AC3 is not as challenging and time consuming as Brotherhood, but some of the offline trophies make this game more difficult than Revelations and of course AC2. While the game still possesses the free roaming option after completing the story, the Perfectionist trophy, which requires completing 100% of each mission can be challenging since you will need to replay the entire mission again should you fail. There are 6 online trophies to acquire as well, though are not any more difficult than those in Revelations.

If you've played the previous Assassin's Creed titles, then you know the drill. Simply load up the game and play from beginning to end, without worry of any missable trophies. Along the way, you may wish to attempt getting 100% completion on the missions, just to make your life easier when you mop-up later.

Once you've finished the story, you are free to roam and gather any missed offline trophies. Each mission is not too long, though most of them contain bonus objectives which require finishing in order to get 100% completion, and these can be tricky at times. If you miss one, you'll need to restart the mission - hence the 3-star difficulty rating for this game.

Once you've collected the offline trophies, there are still 6 online ones to earn. You won't need to redeem a pass to get on the multiplayer. For the most part, you'll be focusing on reaching Level 20 for the Abstergo Entertainment trophy, while completing certain objectives for the remaining five. Check out the trophy guide in our Links page for specific details of each trophy.

First, here's a Walkthrough on IGN:

And a great Walkthrough by Matthew Rorie, here:

And this is Part 1 of a Video Walkthrough on Youtube by FusionCap:

This is a fantastic Walkthrough and Trophy Guide which includes videos, created by Ferry Groenendijk:

This is a great Trophy Guide by GlennThomas and Darth_Krid, which also includes tips for the DLC:

And another fantastic Trophy Guide, by DaveyHasselhoff:

This is a Boosting Forum on PS3 Trophies in case you're looking for a boosting partner for the online trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: