Free Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood DLC Coming in Mid-December
There’s already a insane amount of content in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood already, but Ubisoft Montreal is showing its multiplayer fans even more love on Dec. 14.
If you haven’t tried out AC Brotherhood’s multiplayer mode, Animus Update 1.0, as the first DLC pack is called, is a good excuse to do so. It’ll include a new game mode — Advanced Alliance, a tougher spin on the game’s team-based Alliance mode, as well as a new map. Mont Saint-Michel is the new French town you can wander through and murder your fellow players in, and it’s filled with “narrow streets” and “multi-leveled architecture.” And it’s all free, so happy holidays, everyone who enjoys virtually stabbing people (like me).
I’m kind of in love with Brotherhood — even though I kind of hated AC 2 — so much so that I’m even playing the frustrating Facebook game Assassin’s Creed: Project Legacy that links with Brotherhood. And I kind of hate Facebook games.
Brotherhood’s multiplayer mode is pretty ambitious and definitely creative, so hopefully a few new features will help pull players out of Call of Duty: Black Ops for at least a few rounds this holiday season.