Assassin’s Creed IV ‘Freedom Cry’ DLC launch trailer
posted on 12.16.13 at 12:39 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Become Adewale in new single-player add-on out tomorrow.

Ubisoft has released the launch trailer for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag‘s ‘Freedom Cry’ add-on, launching tomorrow across PlayStation, Xbox, Wii U, and PC.

The publisher says the add-on will offer over three-hours of new single-player content. If you have the $20 season pass, you’ll get it without additional charge. The standalone price has yet to be announced. Here’s the content’s story in full:

Born a slave, Adewale found freedom as a pirate aboard the Jackdaw where he became Edward Kenway’s second-in-command. Now, 15 years later, Adewale has become a trained Assassin who finds himself shipwrecked in Saint-Domingue without weapons or crew. He starts to meet locals in an effort to assemble a crew and steal a ship. The more he helps, however, the more he is drawn into the Maroon slave community. Forced to face his past, Adewale sets out to free the slaves and bring death to their captors. Over 3 hours of new single-player gameplay!

Watch the launch trailer below.

  • Bangarang

    Does anyone know if we should wait to complete the campaign before starting this?

    • Aldridge517

      Considering that Adewale is an assassin in the expansion and I don’t think he is when you first meet him in the campaign, you should probably play the campaign first.

  • MrFinalgamer

    holy crap Wii U is actually getting DLC for a 3rd party title!
    anyway, this looks fairly interesting. it looks like it plays out the whole freedom thing better than Liberation (such a missed opportunity)

  • Alex TSi

    Not bad, want to play.

  • DarthBrian

    Wow. 3 hours. That’s…a lot?

  • Crossbones (Prodigy-X)

    I’m about to buy this tomorrow.

  • DichaTesoro

    The single-player part alone is $9.99, I’ve read. I’ll probably get as I really enjoyed Black Flag and liked Adewale a lot.

    • MrRobbyM

      What exactly do you like about Adewale? Just curious because there was very little interaction with him in the game.

      • Jay

        I personally like the look of his character and gear (more than Edward)… I’m also a Trinidadian, so that kinda helps.

      • DichaTesoro

        He’s demeanor, I guess. He was level-headed and wanted to do something beyond piracy. I missed him shouting orders on the ship in the later parts of the game too.

        • MrRobbyM

          I can see that. I did miss him in the later part of the story too though it was nice to have a woman on board.

  • Jay

    Watched this while listening to MGSV’s “Sins of the father” music in the background… Oh so good. :)

  • Budgiecat
    • TetsuyaHikari

      Yes. Every black man looks the same.