Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood DLC Out Now, New Content Revealed

by Gamer
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Ubisoft is really pampering the multiplayer mode of its most recent Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood title, as the first free downloadable content has just been released, while another pack was announced by the French company.

In case you weren’t aware, this week Brotherhood just received the first free DLC for its multiplayer mode, entitled the Animus Project Update 1.0.

The new DLC adds a brand new game mode, Advanced Alliance, and a new map, Mont Saint-Michel, located in France and perfect for the free roaming nature of Assassin’s Creed.

This new DLC is out now on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace.

For those that want even more new content, the Animus Project Update 2.0 has also been announced, and like its predecessor, includes a new game mode and a map for the multiplayer feature.

The new mode is called Chest Capture, and tasks two teams of up to three players with partnering with a Templar knight in order to defend or capture Chests on the existing maps.

A new reward called Templar Score was also added, in order to encourage teamwork and give players access to new items.

Besides the fresh mode, a new map will be included in the Animus Update 2.0.

It is called the Pienza and according to Ubisoft, it will be a map that ” provides the perfect free-running playground where predators and targets can blend and disappear.”

The new DLC will be released in January, also for free, but a concrete date has yet to be revealed.

Multiplayer was cited as one of the most important features in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, so Ubisoft is keen on making it as attractive as possible.

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