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This will serve as the main walkthrough and guide for Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Ubisoft’s latest iteration of one of gaming’s most popular franchises. It will include a complete walkthrough for the story missions, broken down by sequences and memories. We will also cover topics such as tips to get you through the game, how to level Evie and Jacob faster, what skills are the best to focus on, and even where to find all of the Secrets of London. There will be much more, of course, but that should be a good bit of content to get you started in 1868 London.
While we have a much more in-depth tips article for your dedicated gamer, we’re also going to drop a few basic hints right here, allowing you to quickly arm yourself with the knowledge required to become an elite assassin. Well, at least enough to get you through the game’s prologues.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Tips
- The rooftops are your friend when traveling. Staying on the ground means constant harassment from your rival gang, the Blighters.
- The Rope Launcher is almost always a faster way to move across a borough compared with the game’s insane idea of fast travel.
- A couple Hallucinogenic Darts can clear an entire building out, allowing you a much clearer path to your main target or objective.
- Recruit a handful of Rooks to attack the front door of a building you need to infiltrate, and then use the chaos to sneak in the back.
- Loot every single chest that you come across, as the cash and materials will ensure that you’re properly geared up for any activity.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Walkthrough and Guide
Learn how to find and assassinate Rupert Ferris, and escape on the train. This first sequence contains only one memory, A Spanner in the Works.
Track down and assassinate David Brewster, and escape from the secret lab. The only memory in this sequence is A Simple Plan, and gamers will be playing as Evie.
Includes: Somewhere that's Green, Abberline, We Presume, To Catch an Urchin, Spitalfields, Harold Drake, Rexford Kaylock, Train Hideout and Freedom of the Press.
Includes: A Quick and Reliable Remedy, The Crate Escape, A Spoonful of Syrup, Unnatural Selection, On the Origin of Syrup, Cables News, Playing it by Ear, Overdose.
Includes: The Perils of Business, A Room with a View, Friendly Competition, Breaking News, The Lady with the Lamp, Research and Development, Survival of the Fittest and End of the Line.
Includes: A Run on the Bank, A Case of Identity, One Good Deed, A Spot of Tea, A Thorne in the Side, A Bad Penny.
Includes: Playing Politics, The Bodyguard, Driving Mrs Disraeli, Unbreaking the Bank, Change of Plans and Motion to Impeach.
Includes: Strange Bedfellows, Triple Theft, Fun and Games and The Final Act. Not a lot of memories, but some intense action makes up for it.
Assassin's Creed Syndicate concludes its story with Double Trouble, Dress to Impress, Family Politics and A Night to Remember.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Collectibles Guide and Tips
We have detailed instructions on the location of every Secret of London collectible in the game, including map and environment images to make them easy to find.
It's somewhat easier to find the 12 Royal Correspondence letters than the Secrets of London. Expect it to take about an hour of play time.
Unlock all of the trophies in Assassin's Creed Syndicate, earning yourself the platinum, and some sort of bragging rights on some random message board.
Having the right skill for the job is one of the keys to success in Assassin's Creed Syndicate. It just so happens we know exactly what those skills are.
Like most games these days, having enough currency to do what you want is the key to success. We've got a comprehensive guide showing you how to get rich in ACS.
In-depth tips on when to use the Rope Launcher, how to use the Rooks to your advantage, and even whether you should use Evie or Jacob for an assassination.
In Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Skill Points are tied directly to how you level up. We have a full explanation on the process, including a chart that should make it easy to understand.
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