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Assassin’s Creed III & Far Cry 3: VIDEO GAME NEWS & UPDATE

Ubisoft today announced that they have produced a run of limited edition lithographic prints for both Assassin’s Creed III and Far Cry 3 for those who preorder either of these titles from the GAME concessions stand at the Eurogamer Expo (Whilst stocks last).

Digital artist Russ Mills has created an exclusive piece of art for Assassin’s Creed III , depicting the lead protaganist, Connor Kenway, and Comic Book artist Ben Oliver has created an exclusive piece of artwork, featuring a dark interpretation of Far Cry 3’s antagonist, Vaas Montenegro.

500 of the Assassin’s Creed III and 750 of the Far Cry limited edition lithographic prints, each numbered will be available on the Expo Showfloor via the GAME concession stand for anyone placing a preorder for the respective title (Whilst stocks last).

More information will be available at the GAME concession stand at the Eurogamer Expo from Thursday 27th September through to Sunday 30th September. For more information about the Eurogamer Expo, please visit the website here at: http://www.eurogamer.net/expo/

About Russell Mills:
Born in 1971 in Exeter, Devon. UK, Russ Mills graduated from Leeds Met University in 1995 after completing a BA in Graphic Art and Design, specialising in Experimental Film and Animation. His current work is an clash of styles from classical to pop surrealism, focusing predominantly on the human form, though also abstracting elements from nature and the animal kingdom. To see more of his work, visit http://byroglyphics.com

About Ben Oliver:
Ben Oliver is a British comic book artist who has worked for 2000 AD on Judge Dredd as well as providing art for The Authority, The Losers, and Ultimate X-Men. To see more of his work, visit http://benoliverart.blogspot.co.uk/
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