The second wave of DLC for Ubisoft's Assassin’s Creed III - titled 'The Battle Hardened' - is now available on Xbox 360. It'll hit the PS3 on 9th January, with a PC release on the 15th.
Cost-wise, it'll pinch 800 MSP/£7.99 from your wallets, unless you have the Season Pass (2400 MSP/£23.99). According to Ubisoft, there'll be three new multiplayer characters - "the influential Governor, the resilient Highlander and the fearsome Coyote Man" - alongside three new multiplayer maps, "including Charlestown, Fort St-Mathieu and Saint Pierre".
All Assassin’s Creed III downloadable content packs will also be available on the Wii U in due course.
Here's what we said about the game in our Assassin's Creed III review:
Bigger often doesn't equal better, that's the moral to be learned here. Assassin's Creed III loses sight of what made the first game and its sequel such attractive propositions, delivering an immense content offering brimming with excess. The 18th century world that Ubisoft have constructed is fantastic, but it's just not that much fun to be in.