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Submitted by Panzart 670d ago | image

Todd McFarlane's Assassin's Creed IV Poster Unveiled

Focusing on swords, guns and pirates, Todd McFarlane's Assassin's Creed IV pre-order poster hits all the right notes.

Todd McFarlane, comic artist and writer, is best known for creating dark comic character Spawn. This poster will be available in pre-ordered copies of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. (Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, PS3, Xbox 360)

matrixman92  +   670d ago
isnt this really old news?
Panzart  +   669d ago
Todd McFarlane making a poster is old news, but the design of it isn't. What the poster looks like is new.
matrixman92  +   669d ago
ive had my poster since i preordered a month ago
admiralvic  +   669d ago
Really? Looks a like like this poster from 2/26 (over a month ago) http://kotaku.com/5987035/a...
Derekvinyard13  +   669d ago
Looks good
jakmckratos  +   669d ago
Uhh it was unveiled when I got it about a month ago.

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