‘Assassin’s Creed 3′ Battle Hardened Pack has been officially announced
Ubisoft has now unveiled a new downloadable content pack that will be introduced into Assassin’s Creed 3. Entitled the “Battle Hardened Pack,” this downloadable content will provide Assassin’s Creed 3 players with additional content throughout the multiplayer portion of this title.
As displayed on the official listing for this downloadable content, the “Battle Hardened Pack” will provide users with three new multiplayer maps and three new multiplayer characters. This downloadable content will become available for all three platforms, the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
As expected, this downloadable content will also be a part of the season pass program for Assassin’s Creed 3. Below, you can view the complete description that was the to on the official website for Assassin’s Creed 3. Otherwise, you can take a look at the slide-show listed above this article to view a few screenshots taken from this DLC.
We’re very happy to announce the upcoming release of The Battle Hardened Pack on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. The Battle Hardened Pack adds three new maps and three new characters to the sneaky yet brutal multiplayer, introducing a little extra variety to your Animus-simulated mayhem. Available on Tuesday, January 8th for Xbox 360, on Wednesday, January 9th for PlayStation 3 and on Tuesday, January 15th for PC, this expansion to AC3’s multiplayer can be yours for £7.99 on PS3/PC or 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360.
Of course, if you have a Season Pass, you’ll get all of this FREE as soon as the content is made available on your platform:
• Three New Characters
o The influential Governor
o The resilient Highlander
o The fearsome Coyote Man
• Three New Maps (for use in standard MP and Wolfpack modes)
o The lush, tropical environment of Saint Pierre
o The moody, atmospheric stronghold of Fort St-Mathieu
o The embattled, enflamed Boston neighborhood of Charlestown
Latest posts by Andrew Lowry (see all)
- Battlefield 4 Will Not Support Motion Control, DICE Calls It a ‘Gimmick’ - April 18, 2013
- Metro: Last Light Official PC Requirements Revealed - April 18, 2013
- Battlefield 4 Was Running At 3K Resolution and 60fps At The Reveal Event - April 1, 2013