Assassin's Creed: Revelations 'Ancestors' DLC coming December 13

Assassin's Creed Revelations has been out for a good few hours ... time to announce some DLC! On December 13, you'll be able to buy some new multiplayer characters to replace the stock ones you will have gotten tired of.

The $3.99/320 Microsoft Point "Ancestors Character Pack" will bring four new characters into your murder spree: the Privateer, the Corsair, the Brigand, and the Gladiator, all with "unique taunts, weapons, and stylized assassination moves." Ubisoft mentioned a second downloadable content pack "available for pre-order today," but didn't offer any information about that pack.
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SAN FRANCISCO – November 15, 2011 – Today Ubisoft announced that Assassin's Creed Revelations will feature downloadable content following the game release, starting with The Ancestors Character Pack on December 13. The first new downloadable content features four new multiplayer characters: the swashbuckling Privateer, the devious siren Corsair, the battle-tested Brigand and the bloodthirsty Gladiator. Each character is personalized with unique taunts, weapons and stylized assassination moves.

The Ancestors Character Pack will be available for download December 13 for $3.99 on the PlayStation®Network and 320 Microsoft Points on XBOX LIVE®.
The first two downloadable content packs are available for pre-order today.

Assassin's Creed Revelations marks the peak of the epic journey of master assassin Ezio Auditore in the age-old war between Assassins and Templars. Assassin's Creed Revelations is an action-adventure game that blends thrilling combat, stunning hyper-realistic graphics and a gripping tale of intrigue and self-discovery.

In addition to Ezio's award-winning story, the acclaimed online multiplayer experience returns, refined and expanded, with more modes, more maps and more characters that allow players to test their assassin skills against others from around the world.

The PC version of Assassin's Creed Revelations will be released on November 29, 2011.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.