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Freedom Cry
FreedomCry-Poster
Affiliated Title
Developer(s)
Ubisoft Québec
Publisher
Platform(s):
Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC
PSN release
17 December 2013 (DLC)
18 February 2014 (Standalone)
Xbox Live release
17 December 2013 (DLC)
PC release
19 December 2013 (DLC)
25 February 2014 (Standalone)
Genre:
Historic Action-Adventure
Features:
Single-player content
ESRB rating:
M (Mature)
Media:
DLC (Downloadable content)
Digital Download

Freedom Cry is a single-player downloadable content addition for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. The DLC was released on 17 December 2013 for PSN and Xbox Live, and 19 December for PC. The content is available with the purchase of the Season Pass or as a standalone purchase, and its story spans over the course of 1735 to 1737.[1]

A standalone version of the game, titled Assassin's Creed: Freedom Cry was released on 18 February 2014 for PSN and 25 February 2014 for PC. This version allows people to play the game without owning Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, working as a fully fledged downloadable title.[2]

Official synopsisEdit

Born a slave, Adéwalé found freedom as a pirate aboard the Jackdaw as Captain Edward Kenway's second-in-command. Fifteen years later, Adéwalé has become a trained assassin and finds himself shipwrecked in Saint-Domingue with no weapon nor crew, starting a new adventure of his own.

MemoriesEdit

  1. The Calm Before the Storm
  2. A Common Enemy
  3. Laying the First Brick
  4. A Ship of His Own
  5. Lifting the Veil
  6. A Scientific Inquiry
  7. Plant the Seeds
  8. Down with the Ship
  9. De Fayet's Last Stand

Creative teamEdit

Unlike the majority of Black Flag, Freedom Cry was written by Jill Murray, while the soundtrack was composed by Olivier Deriviere.[3]

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In an interview, Ubisoft said Freedom Cry would include hints towards the next Assassin's Creed game.[4]

ReferenceEdit

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