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DLC coming to Brotherhood

The Da Vinci Disappearance

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Ubisoft have revealed the first paid DLC pack for their Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. The pack is called The Da Vinci Disappearance and will add stuff to both multi- and singleplayer.

In singplayer, Ezio's good friend and inventor extraordinare Leonardo Da Vinci has been kidnapped by a cult, and Ezio will have to hunt down some stolen paintings in order to get him back. The missions will feature two new locations and two new "gameplay features", which sounds interesting. For multiplayer there will be a new map, four new characters and two new game modes.

The pack is scheduled for early March and will set you back 800 Microsoft points, and something similar in real money on PSN.

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