The latest Assassin's Creed trailer shows you the price of freedom.
There's another Assassin's Creed trailer out, and while it doesn't show any gameplay it does introduce you to the game world. Soldiers, politicians, farmers, mothers and children, all stand up against the British Empire and say No More. The trailer was released for the 4th of July, also known in the United States as Independence Day; the date when the Declaration of Independence was finally approved and signed.
The latest entrant to the franchise is set in colonial America and features half-Mohawk Connor Kenway Ratonhnhaké:ton as the eponymous killer. The game's timeline will stretch up to 1783, so it ends in the same year that the Treaty of Paris which ended the Revolutionary War - and pretty much trampled on the concerns of Mohawks like Connor - is signed.
Assassin's Creed III is due out in October for those with consoles, and in November for the PC brigade.