How do I put Connors hood back up?

Those of you who finished Assassin's Creed III's main story know that Connor has put his hood down and he's just refusing to put it back up. I thought it was cool at first, watching him dive into his heritage and tradition for one more assassination, but now I'm kind of tired of looking at that haircut.
Is there a way to put his hood back on?

You can't. You can however unlock Altair's outfit or buy Ezio's outfit off Uplay.
There's also the Achillies outfit, it unlocks after you've completed all of the Homestead missions

turn the game off and never put the CD back in. You'll never have to play that game again....

I'm still a little bitter.

EmperorZoltan:
turn the game off and never put the CD back in. You'll never have to play that game again....

I'm still a little bitter.

That sound extreme for a game that I bought for 100 dollars. -_-
With collectors edition.

I don't know how you can be that mad at a game...I mean millions were pissed off at Mass Effect 3 but they still played it.

I mean...I thought it would be better but I still thought AC3 is hell fun. :D

As the previous guys said...the only way you can have the hood on is with other outfits.

StormShaun:

EmperorZoltan:
turn the game off and never put the CD back in. You'll never have to play that game again....

I'm still a little bitter.

I don't know how you can be that mad at a game...I mean millions were pissed off at Mass Effect 3 but they still played it.

I think the difference being that Mass Effect 3 had a bad ending, aside from the last 20mins the previous 49 hours and 40 minutes were totes amazeballs.

AC3 on the other fails across the board with it's bad pacing, neverending tutorials, buggy controls, TERRIBLE interface, endless expanses of nothing so you can't even free run, guards with friggin' spider sense who somehow know you're standing on the roof 30 feet above 20 feet behind them, total and utter lack of stealth and heavy focus on tedius combat mechanics.

Durzo_Blint:
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I think the difference being that Mass Effect 3 had a bad ending, aside from the last 20mins the previous 49 hours and 40 minutes were totes amazeballs.

Whoah. Only the ending was bad? I thought most people would agree it was shit overall. It was 100% boooring combat a la Gears of War, with a few spells which all of them were pretty much just different flavoured fireballs. Mass Effect 3 was CoD meets GoW gone bad.

ApeThing:

Durzo_Blint:
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I think the difference being that Mass Effect 3 had a bad ending, aside from the last 20mins the previous 49 hours and 40 minutes were totes amazeballs.

Whoah. Only the ending was bad? I thought most people would agree it was shit overall. It was 100% boooring combat a la Gears of War, with a few spells which all of them were pretty much just different flavoured fireballs. Mass Effect 3 was CoD meets GoW gone bad.

Yet is was by far the best combat in the series.

Maybe people didn't like Mass Effect 3 because of the combat?

StormShaun:

I don't know how you can be that mad at a game...I mean millions were pissed off at Mass Effect 3 but they still played it.

More like a few very vocal thousand. Millions were the ones that enjoyed the game without seeing any fault in it and were dumbstruck at the idiotic accusations thrown at it. Still I agree that being that mad at a game is silly.

SecretNegative:

ApeThing:

Durzo_Blint:
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I think the difference being that Mass Effect 3 had a bad ending, aside from the last 20mins the previous 49 hours and 40 minutes were totes amazeballs.

Whoah. Only the ending was bad? I thought most people would agree it was shit overall. It was 100% boooring combat a la Gears of War, with a few spells which all of them were pretty much just different flavoured fireballs. Mass Effect 3 was CoD meets GoW gone bad.

Yet is was by far the best combat in the series.

Maybe people didn't like Mass Effect 3 because of the combat?

I think many of us didn't like Mass Effect 3 because it really didn't feel like a roleplaying experience anymore. The combat mechanics were great, but that's about it. A lot of the non-combat interaction got heavily simplified, most of the sidequests got relegated to FedEx quests were you had to find stuff scattered around the Main Quest areas and then brought them back to someone you never even talked to to begin with (but rather eavesdrop on like some creepy stalker). To top it all off it all felt very linear and boxed in, stuff happened because the script dictated it, not necessarily because it felt as if the player had any real input or made any real difference.

Comparing AC3 and ME3, I find that AC3 has kept me entertained for at least 22 hours (still not done with the main quest) and keeps me wanting to come back for more. ME3 on the other hand had me playing because I wanted to know the resolution to the ME storyline, not because I found the game fun to play (which I really didn't, the ending was just the last nail in the coffin).

ApeThing:

Durzo_Blint:
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I think the difference being that Mass Effect 3 had a bad ending, aside from the last 20mins the previous 49 hours and 40 minutes were totes amazeballs.

Whoah. Only the ending was bad? I thought most people would agree it was shit overall. It was 100% boooring combat a la Gears of War, with a few spells which all of them were pretty much just different flavoured fireballs. Mass Effect 3 was CoD meets GoW gone bad.

Nah I'd agree with the assessment that it's an awesome game except the ending. Enjoyed every minute of it.

Gethsemani:

I think many of us didn't like Mass Effect 3 because it really didn't feel like a roleplaying experience anymore. The combat mechanics were great, but that's about it. A lot of the non-combat interaction got heavily simplified, most of the sidequests got relegated to FedEx quests were you had to find stuff scattered around the Main Quest areas and then brought them back to someone you never even talked to to begin with (but rather eavesdrop on like some creepy stalker). To top it all off it all felt very linear and boxed in, stuff happened because the script dictated it, not necessarily because it felt as if the player had any real input or made any real difference.

Comparing AC3 and ME3, I find that AC3 has kept me entertained for at least 22 hours (still not done with the main quest) and keeps me wanting to come back for more. ME3 on the other hand had me playing because I wanted to know the resolution to the ME storyline, not because I found the game fun to play (which I really didn't, the ending was just the last nail in the coffin).

Yep, step by step they turned an RPG into a shooter, with leveling and some dialog choices here and there... just complete linearity and no sense of roleplaying a character.
This raping of the franchise is what pissed me off the most, as i was getting to the end i was already going through the motions, telling myself "come on lets finish this thing".

Maybe to someone who is into shooters it was a fine game, but ME3 certainly wasn't what i signed up for.

As somebody who still hates the ME3, has removed ME2 and ME3 from his computer (ME1 is still the best...) and has no desire to ever return to the ME franchise (other then replaying ME1), I have no problem with AC3 ending. Its just another cliff hanger ending in the series, but the ending is 100% in context to the whole central theme of the game and was well foreshadowed.

Why are people comparing Mass Effect 3 with Assassin's Creed 3? Sure they have 3 in the title but apart from that I don't see where this is coming from.
Mass Effect was a series designed heavily around choice and consequence(some would say it was lacking towards the end) with guns and some space magic as well.
Assassin's Creed is a series about assassination and stealth with little to no choice at all.
So if someone could explain this comparison for me, that would be just tops, thanks.

Anyway, to the OP: as others have said, you can't put his hood back on yet (the option may get patched in hopefully) But in the mean time, you can always wear the other outfits, the hoods on them never get put down.

 

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