Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, first DLC release date

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As many of you will know Assassin’s Creed: Revelations hit the shelves yesterday and know doubt will have been picked up by many gamers, whether they had pre-ordered it or not. With the relatively easy gameplay, a lot of gamers may find they complete the campaign sooner rather than later so to help those of you who have or will have completed it soon stay interested, you’ll be pleased to know that the game’s first DLC now has a release date.

Ubisoft has announced The Ancestors Character Pack will be made available to download on Xbox Live on December 13th and on the PlayStation Network December 14th. It will cost 320 MS Points on Xbox Live or £3.19 from the PS Store. The developers will be hoping it will be enough to keep gamers who have completed Revelations stimulated enough to keep playing their latest blockbuster.

The pack contains four brand new multiplayer characters which are the Gladiator, the Brigand, Corsair and the Privateer. They all come with their own stylized assassination moves, weapons and unique taunts. A date for the PC version of the DLC has not yet been given although the PC version of the game is expected on December 2nd.

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations marks the third and final quest involving master assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze. The award winning story is combined with an expanded multiplayer experience in this year’s installment, which includes more characters as well as more maps, more modes and being generally expanded and refined.

News that an Assassin’s Creed movie has been reported with some critics predicting failure before it is even made. We also brought you news that a new installment of the game will be ready in time for release next year which we are looking forward to. Are you looking forward to the first DLC for Assassin’s Creed: Revelations?

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  • Sam 2

    To me the game series died when they released brotherhood on the count that they made it only because of how many people wanted multiplayer and even then they did a laughable job that was only fun for a short timethis is a game that i have not and will not be buying.