Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag‘s achievements list has emerged online ahead of its release in November.
ACIV Black Flag is an upcoming historical action-adventure open world video game being developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It is the sixth major installment in the Assassin’s Creed series, a sequel to 2012’s Assassin’s Creed III modern story and a prequel to its historical storyline.
*Mild Spoiler* Here’s the full list of Achievements (courtesy of Exophase) is as follows:
- Heroes Aren’t Born (20) – Complete memory sequence 1.
- Good While It Lasted (20) – Complete memory sequence 2.
- A Pirate’s Life For Me (20) – Complete memory sequence 3.
- No Apologies – Complete memory sequence 4.
- Death Of A Salesman (20) – Complete memory sequence 5.
- Mixing Up The Medicines (20) – Complete memory sequence 6.
- The Hammer Falls (20) – Complete memory sequence 7.
- Adrift (20) – Complete memory sequence 8.
- A New Hope (20) – Complete memory sequence 9.
- My Elusive Fortune (20) – Complete memory sequence 10.
- Been Down So Long… (20) – Complete memory sequence 11.
- Just Like Starting Over (20) – Complete memory sequence 12.
- Saw That One Coming… (20) – Complete memory sequence 13.
- Routine Hacking (20) – Complete present day mission 2.
- Getting Weird Around Here (20) – Complete present day mission 3.
- Bunker Buddies (20) – Complete present day mission 4.
- It’s All Good (20) – Complete present day mission 5.
- By The Book (50) – Complete 100 per cent of all main mission constraints.
- Hungover (10) – Wake up in a haystack.
- Silence, Fool! (5) – Kill a guard ringing a bell.
- Owned (10) -Complete every activity in a single location.
- Vault Raider (30) -Unlock the secret door in Tulum.
- Killer Killer (10) – Harpoon a killer whale.
- Help A Brother Out (20) – Complete a Templar Hunt sequence
- Sea Legs (30) -Complete all naval contracts.
- King Of The Castle (30) – Capture all forts.
- Employee Of The Month (30) – Complete 25 Abstergo challenges.
- Business And Pleasure (20) – Earn 50,000 reales.
- Mer-man (10) – Swim a total of one nmi.
- Redingote Up! (10) – Craft the Hunter outfit.
- Thug Life (30) – Plunder 30 ships.
- Devil Of The Caribbean (40) – Defeat all four legendary ships.
- Destroyer (40) – Fully upgrade the Jackdaw.
- Seven Deadly Seas (10) -Explore all underwater shipwrecks.
- Barfly (30) – Unlock all taverns.
- Cannon Fodder (5) – Recruit 500 crew members.
- FTFY (10) – Fully upgrade your hideout.
- Cartographer (20) – Visit every location of the game.
- Ghost In The Machine (10) – Hack 15 computers in Abstergo Entertainment.
- Roped In (10) – Perform five air assassinations from a swinging rope.
- Sharing Is Caring (10) – Share each type of discovery with friends once.
- All Aboard! (30) – Board a ship without losing any crew members.
- Siren Song (20) – Rescue pirate hostages by distracting enemies with “dancers.”
- Wild West Indies (20) – Kill 4 enemies in a row using multi-pistols.
- Excavator (10) – Find a buried treasure.
- Committed To The Cause (20) – Reach level 55 in Multiplayer.
- Personal Bag Of Tricks (10) – Finish a game session with an ability set that you customized in Multiplayer.
- Master Of The Caribbean (20) – Complete the Discovery Mode of Wolfpack in Multiplayer.
- Lab Technician (10) – Play and complete a game session of Game Lab in the Multiplayer Public playlist.
- All Rounder (20) – Play on every game mode, and use every ability and ranged weapon once in Multiplayer.
“The story is divided into two intertwined halves, with one in the present day, one in a historical setting, and the events of each influencing the other. Although the present-day story had previously established that an Animus was required to view one’s ancestors memories, the ending of Assassin’s Creed III implies that Desmond’s genetic memories have now been uploaded on to ‘the cloud’.
As such, the player’s character is hired by Abstergo Entertainment — a subsidiary of Abstergo Industries — to investigate a pivotal movement in Desmond’s ancestry; the Assassin Edward Kenway.
A notorious pirate and privateer operating during the Golden Age of Piracy, Kenway’s story is set in the Caribbean, and mixes open-ended ship-based exploration with combat and land-based adventures on a number of Caribbean islands.”
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will launch on October 29th in the US, and November 1st everywhere else for PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U. PC version will release after the console versions and a November 2013 release for PS4 and Xbox One.
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