ASSASSIN'S CREED IV: BLACK FLAG - FREEDOM CRY
want to break free...
That could easily be murmured by
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black
Flag (should a game be able to murmur, and be pomp rock
savvy), as it has so many layers that Sara Lee’s reportedly
It’s also a sentiment very much in the minds of
the myriad slaves that you’ll encounter in this additional episode of
ACIV:BF, which can be emancipated from the PSN store in
either add-on content form, or as a standalone taster for the whole
You take the role of the very shiny Adéwalé. 15
years on from the events of the main, erm, event you’re no longer
Eddie ‘Jax Teller’ Kenway’s secretary. You’ve graduated to the
double hat-donning role of assassin/pirate, complete with your own
ship. Which you promptly stack at the very beginning of your
You survive the mighty storm though – otherwise
value for money would indeed be questionable - and wash up in Haiti.
After likely removing a big turd of sand from your pantaloons you
come across a woman in distress. You save her in the killingest way
possible and thus your main quest is underway – to free slaves from
the arseholes who actually believe that they have a right to buy and
sell human beings as chattel. Numerous opportunities to free the
people arise, from picking pockets for cage keys to commandeering
slave ships. Your sneakiness skills will be required.
also an Assassins vs Templars tale that unfurls, as well as new
weaponry to play with – on top of the usual collectible-seeking
stuff and side quests. Go for full completion and you’ll get much
more than four hours of bang for your buck. Especially when you grab
that blunderbuss. BLAMMO!
It’s an often emotional journey,
after which you’ll definitely have Adéwalé of a time...