Assassin's Creed III "King Washington" DLC Coming February 19


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Since the launch of Assassin's Creed III, all fans have been waiting for is the provocative DLC that depicts George Washington as a power-hungry tyrant. Today, Ubisoft finally announced that "The Tyranny of King Washington" will be released on February 19 for Xbox 360 and PC. PlayStation 3 owners will be able to download the update starting February 20.

The DLC released at that will actually be the first of a "three-part tale," according to Ubisoft. The first installment will be titled "The Infamy," and show that George Washington has been crowned the king of the United States of America. The other two parts of the story will be coming as their own individual DLC add-on, and will have to be purchased separately.

"The Tyranny" will cost $10/£8 or 800 Microsoft Points via Xbox LIVE. Assassin's Creed fans who bought the Season Pass DLC bundle will be able to download the new content as soon as it is available, and all episodes of "The Tyranny of King Washington" will be included in the Season Pass.

Ubisoft did not set a date for any upcoming DLC for the Wii U version of Assassin's Creed III. It did, however, promise that all Assassin's Creed III DLC will be coming to the Wii U in the future.