If you're left wanting more Assassin's Creed 3 after finishing the game, Ubisoft has a solution: read the book. The company announced a novelization of the game entitled Assassin's Creed: Forsaken.

Forsaken tells the story of AC3 hero Connor. This half-Native American and half-English young man becomes wrapped up in the American Revolution. He also joins a centuries-old brotherhood of Assassins in their war against the Templars.

This novel is just the latest in a string of books based on the AC games. While many gamers have zero interest in reading a book based on a game they just played, there's a sizable audience for this sort of thing. AC novelizations have sold over 380,000 copies.

Forsaken was penned by Oliver Bowden, said to be the "pen-name of an acclaimed novelist and historian who currently lives in Paris." Lah dee dah. The novel will hit stores on December 4th for $9.99.


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