During the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War, the countryside of Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey was slowly settled by colonial hunters and traders as the fur pelts of American animals were in high demand in England and France.
The Frontier was split into twelve hunting grounds, each containing four different types of wildlife:
The Diamond Basin hunting region was located north of Concord. It included cougars, deer, wolves and beavers.
Great Piece HillsEdit
Located at the most north-eastern area of the Frontier, John's Town in New York included hares, foxes, elk and bears. It was the site of Sir William Johnson's homestead, Johnson Hall, and contained the route to the Davenport Homestead in Massachusetts.
Located roughly in the center of the Frontier, west of Concord, Massachusetts, Lexington included raccoon, hares, foxes and deer.
The Packanack hunting ground included hares, beavers, bobcats and bears.
The Troy's Wood hunting ground included hares, deer, elk and wolves.
- The Frontier is 1.5 times larger than Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood's Rome, making it the second largest map in the Assassin's Creed series to date.
- The Frontier is the setting for about a third of the main storyline content for Assassin's Creed III.
- It is impossible to reduce notoriety in the Frontier.
- In the Monmouth region, a red enemy dot appears on the mini map inside a small building with injured men inside. However, the dot belonged to a woman who paced the inside of the building, and did not attack Connor. It is unknown why she was identified on the mini map.
- During the events of The Tyranny of King Washington, the Frontier is littered with the dead bodies of slaughtered Redcoats and other civilians. Dead horses could also be found.