Guide to the Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag will contain a complete description of the main storyline walkthrough with all secondary missions. What is more, you'll find here a list of ship wrecks and treasures with map to localize them easier. Richly illustrated solution will help you also hunt for rare animals and give hints about fighting enemies. In this guide you can find:
- description of completing storyline and secondary missions;
- list of hidden treasures and ship wrecks;
- hints concerning fight, both on land and on the sea;
- suggestions about managing the Jackdaw ship;
- description of other ships;
- the world map.
About Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Game Guide & Walkthrough
Author : Arek "Skan" Kaminski for gamepressure.com
Guide contains : 147 pages, 549 images, 86 maps and annotated illustrations.
Last update : May 11, 2016, visit Strategy Guide
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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Ubisoft Studios
- publisher: Ubisoft
- platform: PC, XBOX360, PS3, WiiU, XONE, PS4
- rated: PEGI: Age 18+ / ESRB: Mature
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