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Assassin’S Creed Ii: New Dlc Lets You Finish the Game

by Range

Assassin’s Creed II has been out for a while, but Ubisoft has announced two new DLCs that will enable you to finally finish the game.

Does this mean that Ubisoft sold an incomplete game to gamers everywhere? It’s true that the new version of Assassin’s Creed is way more complete than the first edition. The two new DLCs are called Sequence 12: Battle of Forli and Sequence 13: Bonfire of the Vanities.

The two new DLCs will go on sale in January and February and will apparently let everyone who gets them finish the game. They will cost you $3.99 and $4.99.

The Battle of Foril contains six new memories that center around Ezio aiding Machiavelli and Caterina Sforza with the defense of Forli from the Orsi brothers. You’ll get to ride in Leonardo’s flying machine again and you’ll prevent a Piece of Eden from going to the Templars. Bonfire of the Vanities unlocks a new area in Florence. Ezio must help liberate the city from the mad monk Saconarola with ten new memories.

I haven’t yet completed the game, so it’s news to me. I got sidetracked with Dragon Age: Origins. There’s a bit about corrupted DNA and Ubisoft presents these add-ons, not as bonus content, but as though you’re completing the game by getting them. It resolves the corrupted DNA issue. Does it rub you the wrong way? It makes me feel like I bought an incomplete game.

[Kotaku via CrunchGear]

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Comments (3):

  1. lambert v. says:

    I just started playing DA:O and I’m still trying to finish Valkyria Chronicles, but I want to play AC II as well; this news is quite confusing though. Does that mean that without the DLC people will be more confused or have an incomplete picture of what happened? Or does the DLC only add to what you (will) know, as opposed to containing a crucial part of the story?

    • Tina says:

      There is a part in the game where you skip over a part in Ezio’s life because the DNA is corrupted and they just tell you briefly what happens without any real spoilers. This download lets you play that part. Really I didn’t feel like I missed much skipping over this part as the game is fine without it but it’s nice knowing I can play a DLC version.

  2. assassin says:

    i just beat the game and idk what else to do it just let me run around idk if its finshed or not so did anyone else beat it that can help me if so email me at sheldonseiple2@yahoo.com thanks:)

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