On-Disk DLC for Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Revealed

By Jamal I. - Fri Dec 30, 9:42 am

So it’s finally over.  You’ve played as Desmond looking through the eyes of Ezio looking through the eyes of Altair, and finally brought their two story lines to a close.  So now that that’s over…what now?  Well fret not Assassins, for Ubisoft has plans to release DLC for your beloved franchise!

A handful of industrious gamers found some on-disk data included on the PC version of Revelations that MORE than hinted at a DLC expansion for the game.  How much more?  Well, here’s the ripped audio.  Be aware, SPOILERS START HERE:


In the audio, Lucy is confirmed to have been an Assassin turned Templar via Warren Vidic’s indoctrination, and gives a more cohesive reason as to WHY Minerva decided Lucy just had to die at the end of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood.  The audio gives some more insight into the character of Vidic and the methods of the Templars by having Lucy herself question why no one ever came looking for her once the Templars took her.  The audio also contains snipits of Subject 16’s dialogue, an exchange between ADAM and EVE (no, really), and Desmon’s father William speaking to Subject 16 regarding his role in the Animus.

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    Will someone please send me the audio please? I can’t find it anywhere!

  2. 0

    I would really appreciate if some one would send the adio to me

  3. 0

    I’m almost done w/ Revelations, so I opted not to listen to the audio. I did notice something in the game (and I’m not sure if it was intended or not…or if they even mention it once you beat the game) but do they reflect on the striking resemblance of Subject 16 and Altair’s son…?

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    So either this is a very story-driven multiplayer DLC or I might actually be buying some Revelations stuff!

  5. 0

    So, is Clay (Subject 16) gonna be the character for this supposed DLC?

  6. 0

    So the Revelations only come in the DLC? Bravo Ubisoft /s.

  7. 0

    It should have been Juno that decided to kill Lucy at the end of AC: Brotherhood, not Minerva.

    Great find, by the way.

  8. 0

    Thanks for the info ! By the way I hate UBISOFT (or Codemasters) with teir DLC already on the disc !

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