Game Review: Witcher 3: Wild Hunt PC Review

So, I have been playing the game since Friday 22nd May, 2015 and I would say I’m not halfway through the story and about 40% on side quests. First, I suppose the specs of the PC I played The Witcher 3 on are relevant:

  • AMD Trinity A8 5600k
  • 8GB Ram
  • Radeon HD 7750 2GB DDR3

With those specs, The Witcher 3 recommended my PC run at high settings. It ran fairly smooth as well, as I noticed no significant FPS dips throughout my time. Though, it would regularly dip to maybe 27 or so, usually hovering around 50. Also, the few loading screens I ran into went by quickly. The load times when using fast travel were very fast and never really an issue. Even when loading up a whole new area I never waited that long.

Also, the day one patch must have helped. There were some mentions of bugs, crashes, and other errors in the version that went out to early reviewers, but I ran into nothing like that here. Granted, I have only been playing for a little bit, so there is the possibility I will still run into something.

Considering all of the issues there had been with The Witcher 2 on launch, CD Projekt RED seems to have done a great job on this time. No real complaints at all so far.

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Now into the game. The Witcher 3 looks absolutely incredible. With my relatively average machine, on medium settings, I was blown away several times. Specifically, I can’t get over just how great the texture and modeling work is for the character’s faces. The main characters in particular look great, but even the average person you run across looks better than most games I’ve seen. So, while I can’t speak for the game on its best settings, it looks very good to me on high, as I am sure the screenshots throughout will show.

Without more variety in scenery so far, there isn’t much more I can say other than what I’ve seen so far has been great.

The whole first area you spend your time in is more or less a tutorial. It gets you familiar with the different things within The Witcher 3 – the contract board, questing, combat, monsters, etc. It is quite expansive and there is a ton to do. Throughout The Witcher 3, there are plenty of things to explore on the map, coming in the form of lost treasures, bandit camps, deserter camps, monster dens/nests, treasure, and many more.

The first area alone had quite a few things to do, and, just to see, I did everything I could find, which took about six of those eight hours. When I got to the second area, I was rather surprised at how much larger it was than the first. It’s hard to quantify the map seize, but the much smaller first area felt like it took up a significant chunk of Skyrim‘s map in terms of area. Considering there are plenty more areas yet to be seen, I wouldn’t be surprised for The Witcher 3‘s total map size to be at minimum twice the size of Skyrim‘s – most likely more.

But, unlike Skyrim‘s, The Witcher 3‘s world isn’t one big world. Instead, there are several different areas you can visit, each with their own game world. To compare it to something like Dragon Age: Inquisition would not really be comparable as the individual worlds for The Witcher 3 are much, much larger than Inquisition‘s.

While it may be hard to definitively say, all should know that there should be more than plenty to do in The Witcher 3 with a lot to explore.

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Because I spent so much time just doing a bunch of other stuff, which was fun – some of the side quests were interesting, making me excited for what’s to come – I didn’t really spend a lot with the main story. Only when I had to end for the night did the main story seem to kick off, and I still don’t really know what’s going on.

So, sorry, can’t say much other than I am intrigued by what little I have seen so far. Most of The Witcher 3‘s time with writing at first is spent on worldbuilding and setting the stage, which will make you quickly realize that there is a lot more going on in the world around you than what you’re mostly concerned with in the main story.

Basically, the Nilfgaardian Empire is slowly taking over the continent, leaving despair and poverty in its wake. There is a lot of contention between recently conquered citizens and the new soldiers in town, which is a driving force for a lot of the early conflict I have seen so far in the game with the various characters you interact with.

There are a lot of allusions to Geralt getting somehow involved with the war in some way. Many characters tell him he should stay out of it, and so far in the story I’ve seen he has. Though, with all of the references, I wouldn’t be surprised to have Geralt being involved in some way play a significant role in the overall story. Will Geralt actually be an assassin of kings this time around? Probably not, but they seem to be foreshadowing Geralt doing something regarding the war.

This short video released a few days ago shows off the design behind The Witcher 3‘s combat perfectly. I am playing on the highest difficulty, meaning the challenge is much more immersive to reality. Enemies have posed a significant challenge in almost every encounter.

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The Witcher 3‘s combat relies on preparation and playing smart. Just like in the video, for the bigger monsters you’ll likely need to prepare some potions, bombs, and maybe some special bolts for your crossbow (though I have only seen just the plans of those). You may even need to do that for some of the more difficult packs of enemies as well.

This design lends itself to the middle of combat as well. You can try to spam buttons, swinging wildly, but that will only work very rarely. Just like Geralt, enemies can parry, counter, dodge, and roll away. So you have to be very careful with your movements and choices in terms of combat. You could easily get caught mid-swing by a second enemy or have them parry your attack causing you to have to change plans quickly. Also, be mindful that fighting humans and monsters in the world is different. Its very different and you’d see that parrying with humans are much more effective than using the parry system with monsters big or small.

At first I was a little annoyed as I saw felt The Witcher 3 was being a bit less responsive. It wasn’t until I thought about what the game was doing that I realized it was in fact being responsive, I was just making poor decisions. In standard hack and slash affair, doing just that, hacking and slashing, should seem to work. But here you have to consider enemy movements, attacks, and deliberately choose your attacks. If you are going to do some quick attacks, don’t spam it, get at most a few hits in then change up what you’re doing.

The combat is much more varied and decidedly more engaging than The Witcher 2. The amount of movement options really opens up the gameplay and lends itself to making each fight seem a lot more tense as enemies force you to escape when they counter or dodge, to have you reengage later. I haven’t seen a huge variety of enemies yet, though they have been different enough that I need to reevaluate how I approach them much of the time. Knowing how and which signs (the five “spells” witchers have) to use becomes incredibly important as well, each having its own level of effectiveness depending on the enemy.the-witcher-3-the-wild-hunt-talents3

Leveling up is an odd process that is a talent system similar to most people would have seen before. The image above shows the screen you can put ability points in, which is broken into four categories.  The Witcher 3 chose to go down the road of passives, rather than having you unlock more abilities as you go along (at least through ability points).

So, instead of working your way towards a certain thing, the variety in creating your own playstyle is choosing which abilities you plan to use most. Will you jump around the battlefield, quickly slashing away to jump out again? Will you rely on bombs, potions, and crossbow?

Also, you will be limited on what you can have equipped at any one time. While you can put points into just about anything, you must have a slot to then put that ability. It gets more complicated, but know how abilities are arranged matters. Instead of going too much into it, just know that the talent system is all about amplifying what Geralt starts out with, rather than doing something new and seems to favor mastering a few things slowly over time rather than spreading the player too thin.

You may want to back up saves if you want to explore main story or delay it to prepare for a big hunt. Bigger game needs more preparations and some quests here are time crucial some has a major effect on the ending of the game itself. There is a lot more to talk about – like the dialogue (Geralt is a lot funnier than I remember), the music, crafting, gear, traveling, and more – but a lot of that can be left to our official review. To conclude, I have loved everything I have seen so far in my short time with The Witcher 3 and have been thoroughly impressed. If I were to guess, The Witcher 3 seems to be one of those games that will indeed live up to the hype.

To achieve better graphics effects, I used Sweetfx – Reshade by Kputt

General installation instructions

Install using SweetFX Configurator

  1. First step, you need the SweetFX Configurator version 1.3.3 or later.
  2. Select the game in the games list (you might have to add it to the list first)
  3. Click the “Save / Load configuration” button
  4. Click “Import preset” OR drag the downloaded settings file to the preset list
  5. Select the new preset in the list
  6. (Optional) Rename the new preset
  7. Click on “Load selected preset” and the preset will be loaded into the Configurator main window

Manual install

First of all, you need SweetFX to use these presets. For installation I’ll just refer you to that thread, which have pages of information, and link to a great introductionary youtube video.

Then, when SweetFX is running and enabled for the game, you either :

  1. Copy the downloaded preset into the game folder
  2. Edit the file “SweetFX_preset.txt” to point to the new file

OR just copy the content and replace the existing SweetFX_settings.txt content.

For more screens check my albums here Witcher 3 Screens

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A Guide to your Assassin’s Creed Unity Playthrough

Check out this mega guide for Assassin’s Creed Unity where we have covered everything from ways and tips to get unlimited money/livre, upgrade skill points and how to farm them, costumes and outfits, collectibles such as sync point locations and Cockades to complete list of skills and weapons.

We also take a look at the best tips and strategies to earn more points in Helix Rifts, earning money faster, and how to fix PC specific issues and errors. And we finally we take a look at how you can earn some of the achievements and trophies in the game.

Assassin’s Creed Unity is now available across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game is developed and published by Ubisoft. Let us know if you have questions in the comments section below.

All Sync Point Locations (Co-Op Skill Upgrades) via PowerPyx.:

Assassin’s Creed Unity has a total of Sync Points. You can unlock them only via co-op missions and these will give you upgrade points. You need to use eagle vision when you are near them as they are not visible on the map. You can use these points to buy new skills. You need to complete these co-op missions and sync points so that you can fully upgrade everything. This will also unlock the “I Got Skills” trophy or achievement.

The Infernal Machine

Go the red area indicated in the map below and select the mission.

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Assassin's Creed Unity Sync Point Locations 1

The first sync point collectible can then be found here.

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The second sync point collectible can then be found here. But you would need to take an underground entrance to reach it. As depicted in the images below.

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Assassin's Creed Unity Sync Point Locations 4

The second sync point collectible can then be found here.

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Assassin's Creed Unity Sync Point Locations 5

Heads Will Roll

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Danton’s Sacrifice

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Danton's Sacrifice 2

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Danton's Sacrifice 4

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Danton's Sacrifice 3

The Tournament

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The Tournament

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The Tournament 1

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The Tournament 2

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The Tournament 3

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The Tournament 4

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The Tournament 5

Jacobin Raid

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Jacobin Raid

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Jacobin Raid 1

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Jacobin Raid 2

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Jacobin Raid 3

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Jacobin Raid 4

Moving Mirabeau

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Moving Mirabeau

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Moving Mirabeau 1

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Moving Mirabeau 2

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Moving Mirabeau 3

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Moving Mirabeau 4

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Moving Mirabeau 5

Les Enragés

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Les Enragés 2

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Les Enragés 3

You can get the 3rd collectible only via an underground entrance as depicted in the image below.

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Les Enragés 4

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Les Enragés 5

Cockades:

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Cockades

This really does not need a guide as their location is available on the map. They are indicated by the icon above. Collect them all to unlock a trophy and achievement.

Upgrade Points Farming:

As mentioned in the guide above, you would need upgrade points to fully upgrade your character. Besides completing co-op missions you can also earn points by doing the below. Keep on doing them to earn more upgrade points.

Singleplayer

Phantom Blade Kill: 50

Poison Gas Group: 150

Fight Survivor: 100

Finisher: 100

Head Shot: 100

Hiding Spot Assassination: 150

Ledge Assassination: 150

Poison Gas Kill: 100

Quick Shot: 50

Smoke Bomb Vanish: 50

Staggering Strike Expert: 100

Stun Grenade Kill: 50

Stun Group: 150

Vanish Survivor: 100

Vanish: 50

Air Assassination: 150

Alarm Bell Disabled: 100

Bell Ringer Kill: 50

Berserk Kill: 100

Blend Assassination: 50

Breakfall: 100

Cherry Bomb Lure: 50

Controlled Descent: 50

Cover Assassination: 50

Expert Controlled Descent: 250

Fast Lift: 100

Legendary Kill: 250

Lift Kill: 200

Money Pouch Blend: 50

Perfect Parry Expert: 100

Co-Op:

Disguise Group: 150

Double Sync Assassination: 200

Legendary Sync Assassination: 1,000

Quad Sync Assassination: 500

Resupply Group: 150

Critical Heal: 100

Revive: 100

Sync Cherry Bomb Kill: 250

Sync Leap of faith: 200

Sync Phantom Blade: 500

Sync Stun Kill: 250

Tagged Kill: 250

Triple Sync Assassination: 300

Sync Hiding Spot Assassination: 250

Getting a higher score in Helix Rifts:

You will be able to save your fellow Assassins in modern times by collecting as much as data you can in Helix Rifts. However, you will have limited time in your hand so you need to be quick. Here are some tips:

You need to master the art of movement and parkour.

Taking the best route possible.

Points allocation:

  • Whitish-blue data centers: 10 points
  • Brownish: 20
  • Green: 50 points
  • Trapped assassin: 250 to 1,000

There are 8 Helix Rifts in total.

Making Money Faster:

Here are some quick tips to earn money faster.

Engage yourself in co-op heists.

Complete as many Helix Rifts as you can.

Lockpick Chests: This is the best possible way to earn more money. Just make sure you also unlock them in areas protected by guards.

And here is a way to earn almost unlimited money:

  • You need to start a four player co-op mission: Ancient History. Get yourself and three of your friends to do it.
  • If you do this mission correctly, you can earn up to 100,000 to 400,000 per hour.
  • The mission has four chests and one of them has a piehece or a material in it and as you get it, you need to run out of that place.
  • If you do this without getting caught, you will get additional money besides the mission money.
  • There is no cap on the mission. You can keep doing it all over again.

Unlocking All Weapons:

Now that you have enough money, you can unlock all the weapons that the game has to offer.

Heavy Weapons

Pickaxe: Free

Great Claymore: Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Officer’s Round Axe: Complete Murder Mystery: Cut the Middle Man.

Heavy War Mace: Can be bought from customization menu for 25,000.

Viking’s Remains: Can be bought from customization menu for 25,000.

Great Flamberge: Can be bought from customization menu for 25,000.

Officer’s Bardiche: Club Competition Reward and costs 200,000.

Heavy Falchion: Can be bought from customization menu for 125,000.

Wooden Hammer: Complete Murder Mystery: Murder Foretold.

Bastard Sword: Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Long Axe: Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Claymore: Complete Murder Mystery: The Body Politic.

Bardiche: Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Seaman’s Axe: Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Heavy Morningstar: Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Great Sword: Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Heavy Cleaver: Collect all Artifacts from Le Louvre.

Round Axe: Complete Sequence 03, Memory 02.

Long Sword: Complete Companion Mission: The Doctor Is In.

Flamberge: Complete Murder Mystery: The Death of Philibert Aspairt.

Swordstaff: Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Spiked Battle Club: Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Pistols

Pistol: Free.

Arno’s Pistol: Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Three-Shot Duck Foot: Can be bought from customization menu for 25,000.

Gold-Plated Pistol: Can be bought from customization menu for 125,000.

Five-Shot Duck Foot: Club Competition Reward and buying it for 200,000.

Solid Long Gun: Can be bought from customization menu for 142,600.

Officer’s Pistol: Complete Sequence 04, Memory 02

American Flintlock: Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Pepper Shot: Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Fancy Pistol: Complete Murder Mystery: The Red Ghost of the Tuileries

Rifles

Flint Musket: Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Silver-Plated Musket: Can be bought from customization menu for 125,000.

Sharpshooter Flintlock: Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Woodplate Blunderbuss: Murder Mystery: The Hand of Science

Officer’s Blunderbuss: Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Long Rifle: Can be bought from customization menu for 25,000.

One-Handed Weapons

Dull Cavalry Saber: Free.

Warhammer: Costs 250.

Messer: Complete Murder Mystery: The Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat.

Heavy Hilted Sword: Complete Murder Mystery: Hot Chocolate to Die For.

Light Cavalry Saber: Costs 1,000.

Foil: Costs 1,000.

Scimitar: Costs 1,000.

Rapier: Complete Companion Mission: The Archive II.

Mace: Costs 1,000.

Officer’s Saber: Costs 5,000.

Dented Falchion: Costs 5,000.

Gladius: Complete Murder Mystery: The Decapitated Warden.

Morningstar: Costs 5,000.

Straight Falchion: Costs 5,000.

Royal Cutlass: Costs 25,000.

Snake Hilted Sword: Costs 25,000.

Back Sword: Complete Murder Mystery: Barber of Seville.

Basket-Hilted Sword: Costs 250.

War Mace: Costs 25,000.

Schiavona: Gets unlocked as Club Competition Reward.

Cinquedeas: Costs 125,000.

Long Weapons

Guisarme: Free

Spontoo: Can be bought from the Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Bisento: Collect all Artifacts from Les Invalides.

Crescent Glaive: From Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Lochaber Axe: From the Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Sparth: From the Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Spiked Staff: From the Can be bought from customization menu for 5,000.

Corseque: Complete Murder Mystery: A Dash of Poison.

Bident: Can be bought from Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Cogneur: Complete Murder Mystery: Ancestral Vengeance.

Can be bought from the Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Halberd: Can be bought from the Can be bought from customization menu for 250.

Spear: Can be bought from the Can be bought from customization menu for 1,000.

Light Halberd: Complete Sequence 08, Memory 02.

Armor and Outfits:

Medieval Armor:

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Medieval Armor

You must solve 3 puzzles in the armor room of Café Théâtre to unlock this armor.

Bellec’s Master Assassin Outfit:

Complete Sequence 7 Memory 3 in order to unlock this outfit.

Connor’s Master Assassin Outfit:

Assassin’s Creed Initiates.

Edward’s Assassin Outfit:

Assassin’s Creed Initiates.

Ezio’s Master Assassin Outfit:

Assassin’s Creed Initiates.

Arno’s Master Assassin Outfit:

Complete all main story Sequences.

Altaïr’s Master Assassin Outfit :

Companion App.

Master Assassin Outfit:

Assassin’s Creed Initiates.

Skills Guide:

You need Sync points to unlock all the skills in the game. We have already showed you before how you can unlock points. Here is the complete list of skills in the game.

Stealth Skills

Disguise
Environmental Blending
Journeyman Locksmith
Master Locksmith
Roll Recovery
Apprentice Locksmith
Double Air Assassination
Double Assassination
Communal Sense {Only for multiplayer}

Health Skills

Group Healing
Iron Skin
Thick Skin
Thicker Skin
Thickest Skin

Melee Skills

Heavy Weapon Master
Staggering Strike
Ground Execution
Long Weapon Master
One-Handed Weapon Master
Ranged Skills

Ranged Weapon
Poison Gas
Assassin Cache
Money Pouch
Stun Grenades
Improved Phantom Blade

Assassin’s Creed Unity PC Specific Issues:

Can’t Connect Error 0X70000093: There is a problem with your internet. Check your connection.

Game Does Not Start 0xc000007b Error: Reinstall .Net framework.

Game Stuck on Loading Screen: Verify Steam Cache of the game. Restart the game. If this does not work re-install the game.

Performance Issues: Read through this guide for more inputs. Please note that this is only limited for NVIDIA GPU cards.

Random Stuttering and Object disorientation: Forcing CPU for PhysX instead of GPU might fix this issue.

AMD GPU Specific issue: This will be patched according to Ubisoft.

Stuttering Issue: Ubisoft plans to patch this.

Achievements and Trophies:

Youth In Versailles

Complete Memory Sequence 1. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Rebirth

Complete Memory Sequence 2. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

First Blood

Complete Memory Sequence 4. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

The Root Of Evil

Complete Memory Sequence 5. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Secret Meeting

Complete Memory Sequence 6. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Mystery Solved

Complete Memory Sequence 7. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Bloody Trail

Complete Memory Sequence 8. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Road To Starvation

Complete Memory Sequence 9. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Love And Duty

Complete Memory Sequence 10. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Down But Not Out

Complete Memory Sequence 11. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Curtain Call

Complete Memory Sequence 12. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

No Man’s Land

Complete all Rift missions. This is a single player mission and can be completed easily.

Needs More Data

Earn Data Bonuses in 3 different Helix Rifts.

Thawed

Free a total of 10 trapped Assassins. Can be easily completed during your playthrough.

Blade In The Crowd

Assassinate 100 enemies. Can be easily completed during your playthrough.

Networking

Renovate your first Social Club. You can unlock this by going online.

Falling From The Sky

Perform 10 air assassinations. Can be easily completed during your playthrough and with a bit of innovation.

The Baguette Boyband

Complete a Co-op mission. Go online and complete a mission with a friend.

Know-It-All

Complete all training missions. Can be easily completed during your playthrough.

Gentleman Cambrioleur

Lockpick 20 chests. Can be easily completed during your playthrough.

Curiosity

Open every chest in the game. Can be easily completed during your playthrough. Chests are located in the maps. Some can be only be locked via a companion app.

Visited Once

Complete all Co-op and Heist missions at least once. Can be easily completed during your playthrough with a friend online.

Business and Pleasure

Earn a total of 50,000 livres. We have already covered this. Refer the money guide above.

And Stay Down!

Perform a ground execution. Can be easily completed during your playthrough.

Panoramic View

Synchronize all Viewpoints. Can be easily completed during your playthrough. Viewpoints are found on the map.

Help Me!

Complete 10 Crowd Events. Can be easily completed during your playthrough.

Hand of Justice

Solve a Murder Mystery. Can be easily completed during your playthrough. Murder Mystery missions are available on the map and can be completed easily.

Ransacking Versailles

Earn 100% completion of Versailles.

Tricolore

Collect all Cockades

Don’t Need It

Drop 20 Money Pouches in the streets. Can be easily done.

Share the Wealth

Get all the rewards in a Co-op mission. You need to complete the mission in such a way that the bonus is not lost.

Room With A View

Enjoy the view of Paris from Arno’s balcony. Very simple and can be completed in your playthrough.

Poked!

Kill 20 enemies with a Long Weapon. Refer weapons guide above.

Chopped!

Kill 20 enemies with a heavy weapon. Refer weapons guide above.

Guillotined

Kill an enemy with a lift counterweight. A bit tough but it’s all in a timing. You need to find a counter weight and some enemies near by. Lure them to the counterweight and push them on it.

Never Say Die

Revive a partner in Co-op.

Merciful Killer

Perform 10 non-lethal takedowns in a Co-op mission.

Choreography

Perform 10 Co-op sync kills.

The Bells! The Bells!

Sabotage 5 alarm bells. Easily doable but you need to be careful as these are located in restricted areas.

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