Contemporary off its Emmy nomination for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Sequence for its HBO news Series, Vice Media has teamed up with Ubisoft and Murderer’s Creed IV: Black Flag to create a new three-part internet Sequence highlighting the “Golden Age of Piracy.” The Primary episode of the Series, titled Rum, Weapons, and Gallows, is on hand now on Vice’s web page (or you could watch it beneath).

The Collection will center of attention on a roughly 10-yr stretch, from 1715-1725, that’s thought to be with the aid of historians to be the tail finish of the “Golden Age of Piracy.” This Era, which can also be the setting for Murderer’s Creed IV: Black Flag, used to be a time when the Bahamas changed into a pirate stronghold, and piracy brought shipping between the Old World and the brand new World to its knees.

The First episode provides a common overview of a number of the most popular weapons used throughout the period, and likewise explains why the Bahamas were a perfect base for pirates. It also talks about Charles Vane, some of the feared and brutal pirates of the time.

The Next episode will debut on Vice’s website online on October 17, and focal point on Edward “Blackbeard” Train, whereas the third and closing episode will air on October 24, and feature John “Calico Jack” Rackham.

Vane, Blackbeard, and Calico Jack all appear within the upcoming Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, so that you can be released on October 29 for PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U, PC on November 19, and as a launch title for each the PS4 and Xbox One.