Home Strategy WiNG’s latest ACR videos: Deathmatch, Corruption, Assassinate, and the Whispers

While you’ve undoubtedly subscribed to either my personal channel or that of Top Tier Tactics by now, maybe it’s been a while since you checked your subscription inbox.

I don’t blame you.

Okay… that’s a lie. I most certainly do. But for the sake of good publicity, I’m gonna let bygones be bygones.

That is, of course, provided that you sit your ass down and watch these four Assassin’s Creed: Revelations videos in a row. Don’t worry. I’ll wait.


This is what “the Whispers” sound like

Ever wonder what “the Whispers” I’m always talking about sound like in-game? The ghostly music track playing faintly in the background indicates one or more of your pursuers is getting very close. So when you hear these noises, it’s time to get your Smoke Bomb ready. Failing that… run for your life!


Fight to the death… for the fourth time

Here’s my fourth Deathmatch video. Unlike previous iterations, I faced some very skilled opponents in this match, including the infamous Quertee. There’s a lot to learn about timing, positioning, and countering some of the most powerful moves in ACR. This is a must-see for strategists.


Absolute power corrupts something something

Many players requested footage of me playing Corruption mode, including our own Space Hamlet. I’ve obliged them all. I also took some advice from GameFAQs and gave Teleport a shot. The results were rather impressive.


The best ACR video you’re going to see in a long time

Overstated header? No, not really. My third Assassinate lesson video is quite the masterpiece, if I do say so myself. Watch the way everything plays out below, then go read my Assassinate Ability Set Guide to learn why I run the build I do.

2 replies to this post
  1. you gotta love assassinate. its full of hilarious moments and fails. “your my pursuer! I’m gonna rush you!” *pow. thud. walks away* “i’m gonna try to lure you into chasing me! oh shi- another person saw me running! no nooo *slash* it happens all the time.

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