View Full Version : Project decode Abstergo

01-19-2011, 07:40 AM
So I love that Assassins Creed is so much more then the games. But it seems to me that of late there are so many avenues that the creators are taking to make the game deeper that is nearly impossible to keep up with them all. Not to mention that some avenues seem to be only open to those who have the money to buy all Abstergo merchandise or picked to win certain contests.

So I had a look and there seems to be several threads about Abstergo but not one completely devoted to it. ( If there is , send me the link and we will continue this there.)

It seems to me that Abstergo is a main focus to come, with the release of Project legacy and the launch of ubiworkshop. Lets use this thread to compile and keep us all up to date on the latest info, videos, and any other materials that will help us decode Abstergo.

lets start with the recent greetings video that Abstergo released:


They cleverly included a password to a abstergo website:


The password:PFRDVJ5aLLg

Then of course there was the video released some months back about the contest to become an Abstergo employ. If selected then you would get codes that would give you assess to info that is locked out to everyone else. ( Not very fair in my opinion...but oh well..) Here is the video...if anyone has access to info no one else has, it would be great if you could post below.

http://nulz.net/abstergo-recru...ation-north-america/ (http://nulz.net/abstergo-recruit-orientation-north-america/)

Any new info concerning Project legacy, videos from Abstergo, articles, codes and any other data you find post below. Lets make it easy to follow all the Abstergo stuff Ubi is throwing at us.

01-19-2011, 09:06 AM
This thread covers what has been found about the website: http://forums.ubi.com/eve/foru...1069024/m/4361099409 (http://forums.ubi.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/5251069024/m/4361099409)

UbiGabe states in the recruits video that the codes are for extra content in Project Legacy. Whatever we need need to unlock higher security levels is still to be discovered.