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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:40am 15/12/10 | 4 Comments
Ubisoft have released the first downloadable content for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood in the form of Animus Project Update 1.0, which is now available for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and is also completely free.
The Animus Project Update 1.0 includes a brand-new game mode and brand new map for Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Multiplayer. The game mode, Advanced Alliance, makes the original Alliance Mode with target identification and engagement more difficult than in original Alliance Mode, thus providing a more challenging experience for players. With three teams of two players each, Advanced Alliance is a tougher test for players and rewards teams that use stealth techniques to hunt their targets.
Animus Project 2.0, coming in January, 2011, will also be free, according to The Big U, and will include a "brand-new game mode and brand new map for Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Multiplayer". Better get in and hone those killing skills over the holidays. Click the thumbnails below for a better look at the new DLC.


Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood "Animus Project 1.0" DLC Trailer







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Pirroh
Posted 12:02pm 15/12/10
Sounds like their way of keeping people playing.
Trauma
Posted 03:43pm 15/12/10
Another way would be to release it on PC.
eski
Posted 03:57pm 15/12/10
Cool! I was under the impression that MS didn't allow free DLC on the Live Marketplace.
Fuzzy
Posted 02:48am 16/12/10
Personally I love the way the multiplayer was done, very very addictive. Haven't played much yet on account of moving house .and no internet yet, but did play at a friends place.
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