Win a hardback copy of ‘The Art of Assassin’s Creed III’

Whatever we thought about Assassin’s Creed III, we’d never deny it’s a beautiful game. Small wonder, because developer Ubisoft Montreal had a slew of artists producing some absolutely gorgeous concept art to build from.

Now you can win the collected works. The kind folks at Titan Books sent us a 144-page hardcover edition of The Art of Assassin’s Creed III, and we’re passing it on to one lucky recipient.

Want to see a few samples of what’s inside?

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Here’s how to enter our random drawing;

1.  Follow us on Twitter (@GamesBeat).

2. Tweet the following: Win a free hardback copy of @TitanBooks The Art of Assassin’s Creed III! Here’s how: @GamesBeat #GamesBeatGiveaway

That’s it … you’re entered. Be sure to include the #GamesBeatGiveaway hashtag, because that’s how we’ll find our contestants. We’ll choose one winner at random on Saturday, Nov. 3.

And now, a few minor details;

We will inform the winner via Twitter direct message. The winner must respond with their mailing address within 24 hours, or we will select a new winner. Your mailing address must be in the continental United States to win. All decisions are final. By entering, you consent to allow us to inform the public via Twitter (and with an update on this post) if you are the winner (Twitter handles only).

Good luck!

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