Assassin's Creed Syndicate on Xbox One (X1)

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  • Genre: Action-Adventure
  • Platforms: PC,Xbox One,PlayStation 4
  • Developer: Ubisoft Quebec
  • Publisher: Ubisoft Entertainment
  • First Release (Any platform): Oct 23, 2015

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Secret Mission (Lydia) Unlockables

There is a secret mission in Sequence 6, indicated by an unusual marker on the map, that lets you play as Jacob’s granddaughter, Lydia. It is not just a single mission, but a series of missions, and has its own map, collectibles, etc.

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood Easter Eggs

In the memory “50 Berkeley Square,” Charles Dickens comments that he should write a novel about the mission, which involves an opium addict named John Jasper. This is a reference to The Mystery of Edwin Drood, an unfinished novel by Charles Dickens. Since he never finished it before he died, no one knows what he intended the ending to be.


Black Flag shanty Easter Eggs

Near the Thames, you can find a man singing “Leave Her, Johnny,” a sea shanty featured in Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag.


Assassin's Creed protagonists Easter Eggs

Inside the Alhambra Theater, there are posters on display featuring Edward Kenway (the main character from Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag) and Ezio Auditore (the main character from Assassin’s Creed 2).


James Bond reference Easter Eggs

Your missions for Queen Victoria involve working with a man named Alfred Fleming, the head of Her Majesty’s Secret Service. This is a reference to Ian Fleming, the writer who created James Bond.


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