• Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Arriving Later, Lighter

        March 22 and friendlier DRM

        Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood for the PC has been pushed back five days from its original release date to March 22, 2011. This version will include both of the console multiplayer updates and the as-yet-unreleased DaVinci Disappearance add-on for $49.99. What will be missing is the UbiSoft digital rights management that requires a continual Internet connection for the game to run. Instead, you will only be asked to log in at the beginning of each session.

        A deluxe digital edition will offer two additional multiplayer characters, two more single-player maps, an additional skin, and various multimedia content for ten dollars more.

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