Set in New Orleans towards the end of the French and Indian War (1765 and 1777). You play the role of Aveline de Grandpré, an African-French Assassin and the first female protagonist for the Assassins Creed series.
During your time in Assassins Creed Liberation, you will scale the heights of a bustling 18th century New Orleans and navigate the boggy crocodile infested marsh that is the Bayou. Aveline’s personal journey is quite intriguing, having lost her mother from an early age and ending up joining the Assassins Brotherhood in secrecy from her adopted family. Aveline does what she can to do what she feels is right, by liberating slaves, aiding her adopted family and uncovering what really happened to her mother.
Like all Assassin’s Creed games there is a present day aspect but it takes more of a back seat approach in liberations; passing off Aveline’s tale as a form of interactive media from Abstergo, the front for the Templar organisation and enemy of the Assassins.