Assassin’s Creed III Feathers can be considered a familiar type of collectibles, for the fact that players were also able to find them in Assassin’s Creed II and later in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood.
This category of Assassin’s Creed III collectable is introduced in the video game during the second mission of the fourth DNA sequence, when young Connor and his friend learn how to climb a tree.
The main objective in this mission is to get an eagle feather from a nest, but after that, players get an optional objective asking to collect three more feathers for the Clan Mother.
The task is easy, because during this quest, several Assassin’s Creed III Feathers can be found nearby.
Assassins Creed III Feathers Locations
Obviously, the Assassin’s Creed III Feathers take the shape of white feathers, which can usually be found in bird nests.
At this point, players have to climb the trees where they spot the AC 3 Feathers in order to collect them (although not all of them are in such places).
Also, players can listen for the specific sound made by a feather when it is located nearby.
The Assassin’s Creed III Feathers are only available to collect in the Frontier, but this area is larger than any other areas featured in the Assassin’s Creed series of video games.
Moreover, given the size of the Frontier, it has been separated in twelve smaller regions, each with a different number of AC III Feathers:
Black Creek-11 Feathers
Johns Town-2 Feathers
Valley Forge-2 Feathers
Diamond Basin-4 Feathers
Great Piece Hills-4 Feathers
Troys Wood-5 Feathers
Scotch Plains-3 Feathers
This means that there is a total of 50 Assassin’s Creed III Feathers scattered around 12 regions, implying that players must purchase multiple maps to reveal all of them; maps that aren’t available at the same time in the game, and they require even more money.
Because of this, the best option available, is to use the maps below, which display all AC3 Feathers locations.
Players who manage to get all Assassin’s Creed III Feathers, receive a Kanienkeha:ka outfit.