Assassin’s Creed Syndicate achievement list reveals side activities, World War I simulation

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is coming and, as expected with Ubisoft games lately, it will include a ton to do. With side activities galore, there will be plenty of things to keep you distracted from the main story mission. I was wondering what those things might be, but a list of all the achievements has revealed a bunch of them, plus you can use it to prepare yourself if you’re an achievement hunter.

As always with these sorts of lists, please stop reading here if you want to avoid any/all spoilers.

  • A Spanner in the Works (20) Complete Memory Sequence 1
  • A Simple Plan (20) Complete Memory Sequence 2
  • A Modern Babylon (20) Complete Memory Sequence 3
  • A Quick and Reliable Remedy (20) Complete Memory Sequence 4
  • The Perils of Business (20) Complete Memory Sequence 5
  • A Run on the Bank (20) Complete Memory Sequence 6
  • All Is Fair in Politics (20) Complete Memory Sequence 7
  • The Joys of Freedom (20) Complete Memory Sequence 8
  • Friends at My Back (20) Recruit a gang of 5 allies
  • Cerevisaphile (10) Sample every beer brand in London
  • No Ticket (50) Kick fifty enemies off of trains
  • Flawless Conqueror (20) Secure three Gang Strongholds and complete their optional constraints
  • Bare-Knuckle Champion (20) Win three different Fight Clubs
  • A Quarter-Furlong at a Time (20) Finish first in 3 different Street Races
  • Treasure Hunter (20) Complete ten Raids of any type with Jacob or Evie
  • Thieftaker (20) Bring three Bounty targets back alive
  • Unqualified Success (20) Complete three Templar Hunts and their challenges
  • Children’s Aid Society (20) Complete five Child Liberation memories
  • Guardian Angel (20) Successfully escort ten friendly cargo shipments
  • A Broad Base (20) Reach Loyalty level 1 with all Associates
  • Bedfellows, Strange or Otherwise (20) Reach maximum Loyalty with any Associate
  • Multitalented (10) Acquire ten Perks
  • Keys to the City (20) Acquire all of the Gang Upgrades
  • Artisan (20) Craft a Level 10 Item
  • Bartitsu (20) Learn every Fight Skill as Jacob
  • Phantom (20) Learn every Stealth Skill as Evie
  • Wonder of the Age (20) Reach Level 10
  • Ordinary Criminal (15) Complete twenty Crowd Events
  • Language of Flowers (20) Collect all of the Pressed Flowers
  • Student of History (20) Collect all of the Historical Posters
  • A Life in Letters (20) Collect all of the Royal Letters
  • Chimney Sweep (20) Synchronize every Viewpoint in London
  • Mentor (40) Reach 100% Sync in the Main Memories
  • Furious (15) Destroy twenty vehicles by ramming them
  • WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU (15) Flip five vehicles by shooting their horses
  • Look Out Below (15) Kill three enemies with a single stack of hanging barrels
  • You Wouldn’t Steal a Policeman’s Helmet (15) Hijack twenty police vehicles
  • Queensbury Rules (15) Reach combo level 40
  • Whirlwind of Death (15) Perform fifty Multi-Finishers
  • Blade in the Crowd (15) Assassinate fifty enemies
  • Opium Scourge (15) Affect at least four enemies simultaneously with the Hallucinogenic Dart
  • Blade from Above (15) Air Assassinate twenty enemies from a zipline
  • Most Unsporting (15) Shoot fifty enemies before they shoot at you
  • Without a Grudge (15) Destroy 5000 destructibles with your carriage

Secret Achievements

  • Shall We Dance? (50) Complete Memory Sequence 9
  • The War at Home (30) Complete the World War I simulation
  • Godlike (30) Unlock all of the Secrets of London
  • Needle in a Haystack (10) Kill five enemies from within the same haystack
  • Street Sweeping (30) Conquer all the boroughs in London

Sample every beer brand? I didn’t know there were hipster craft breweries in this game. Obviously there are a ton of collectibles, but it’s interesting to see that there are Child Liberation memories, and Associates to win over as well as some Fight Clubs. If they are even as remotely fun as the Kung Fu fight clubs in Sleeping Dogs, that will be awesome.

I am rather amused by the “WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU” achievement for shooting horses and the return of an achievement for killing enough enemies from within a single haystack.

But wait, what’s this? World War I simulation? Where does that come from? Is it like Unity with the weird rips in time thing, or will it be something that you can jump into as a side activity from the modern world? We haven’t heard anything about that thus far, so that’s a rather big deal.

I don’t generally go achievement hunting in these types of games – I just don’t have the patience to collect every item or do all the strange feats. That said, most of these seem pretty manageable depending on your play style.

Last Updated: September 22, 2015

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