The latest DLC of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood was released a couple of days ago and those who only long for an extended single player experience have not been forgotten since there is both single player and multiplayer content in The Da Vinci Disappearance. Here are the first 10 minutes of this new adventure in which Ezio is going to Da Vinci's rescue. Also in the menu this morning, a second gameplay video showing the very first stealth mission in order to get back one of the great inventor's paintings. Although there is nothing really new in this new DLC (you fight, you sneak around, you tail someone in the street, you explore catacombs Lara Croft would have loved, etc), it still works as well as it did in the original game. Sure, the single player missions could have been a bit longer - as always with this type of content - but if you are both interested in single player and multiplayer, 10 bucks is certainly not a rip off.
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