Top 10 monuments in the Assassin’s Creed games

6. Havana Cathedral (Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag)


Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag did not disappoint fans of the series back in 2013, as it was a great pirate game with superb ship combat and a charismatic protagonist in pirate captain Edward Kenway, with the game’s story taking him all over the Caribbean in an effort to stop a Templar conspiracy led by the villainous governor Torres.

And although the 18th century Caribbean in Black Flag lacked the splendour of other Assassin’s Creed settings like Renaissance Italy or Industrial London, some of the game’s cities still had their share of imposing monuments.

Such was the case of Havana, which amongst other monuments featured the great Havana Cathedral built in the 18th century. It’s a Baroque building with an asymmetrical façade that looks great in the game, but the truth is that the cathedral had not been built yet in pirate Edward Kenway’s time… But still, it’s a nice touch that game creators Ubisoft decided to include one of the Caribbean’s top tourist attractions in the game, making Black Flag an even better gaming experience.