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Ubisoft to auction Assassin's Creed art for charity

4:30 PM on 10.23.2012 // Brett Zeidler
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All proceeds will benefit Rock The Vote

Remember when those "Art of the Assassin" exhibits happened in Los Angeles (which Chad was lucky enough to attend), New York City, and a couple other places for the past couple months? Basically, it was a tour of the US where Ubisoft brought along pieces done by renowned artists inspired by Assassin's Creed III.

Well, now that the tour is over (and with the game almost out) the art pieces will be auctioned off. Starting tonight at 6 PM EST through October 30th, just head over to ArtoftheAssassinAuction.com and start bidding. All net proceeds will go to Rock the Vote, so you can feel good about yourself while also getting some freaking sweet original Assassin's Creed art.




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