Assassin's Creed parkour in real life, again

Ronnie Shalvis is up to his Assassin's Creed cosplay parkour tricks again — this time in the wilderness, playing homage to Assassin's Creed III.

(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

Ronnie Shalvis is up to his Assassin's Creed cosplay parkour tricks again — this time in the wilderness, playing homage to Assassin's Creed III.

Assassin's Creed III has only been out a week, and it has garnered some decent critical reviews for itself. Fan and parkour professional Ronnie Shalvis has once again donned the hood — as Connor Kenway — to celebrate stealthy assassinations in back-flipping style.

This time, he's out in the woods, tracking down British redcoats. If anything, it's even more impressive — forest environments are a lot less predictable and, well, flat. It does seem like a lot of effort just to get to one dude, so we're assuming that his quarry stole his holographic Charizard or something.

Check out his tricks in the video below, and visit YouTube for a behind-the-scenes and full list of credits.

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