Ubisoft Got Assassin’s Creed in My Ghost Recon Online

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Further hyping the upcoming Assassin’s Creed III downloadable content The Tyranny of King Washington, launching February 19th on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, Ubisoft has launched a franchise crossover promotion that brings custom Assassin’s Creed gear into free-to-play multiplayer PC shooter Ghost Recon Online. Now players can hook their online Ghost up with a proper assassin’s hood and body armor set along with a new arsenal of weapons provided by Abstergo Industries.

Starting today, you can grab these exclusive customizations from the Ghost Recon Online in-game shop through March 1st using Requisition Points or Ghost Coins. Content bundles are also available at a 15% discount and come with exclusive avatars.

The Assassin’s Creed gear includes:

– 5 new Recon class apparel items : The signature Assassin’s Creed Hood and 4 variants of body armor

– 6 new weapons straight from the weapon racks of Abstergo Industries’ private security forces (F2000 SP AC, Fiveseven AC, MG36 KV AC, P90 C AC, Sentinel SR-1 AC, Pentagun SP AC). These firearms boast superior accuracy and improved recoil control systems.

And these are pics of what your Ghost will look like decked out in the garb of an assassin:

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