Ubisoft's latest ruse: "The Manhattan Project Pack" DLC, coming for free next month.
London, UK— 17 th November 2010 — Today, Ubisoft announced that downloadable content for R.U.S.E called The Manhattan Project Pack will be available in December for free on Xbox Live®, PlayStation Network® and Steam®.
The Manhattan Project Pack offers new challenges, including three exclusive multiplayer maps along with two additional multiplayer modes. These modes will affect strategy, pace, and will allow you to create nuclear cannons and benefit from accelerated technology evolution.
Details of the multiplayer maps are as follows:
- Twilight of the Gods, 2 vs. 2
- Vesuvio, 2 vs. 2
- Guns and Tulips, 3 vs. 3
The two additional multiplayer modes will include:
- Nuclear War: all prototype factories and upgrades will be unlocked from the beginning. Use them smartly and embark in spectacular battles with your enemies.
- Total War: you’ll start in year 1939 with all the units and the specificities of that time. You will then unlock 1942 units and 1945 units step by step. Will you be smart enough to master the unique specificities of all these units?
The exact release date of R.U.S.E. downloaded content, The Manhattan Project Pack will be confirmed soon.
R.U.S.E. was released on September 10 th on Xbox® 360, Sony Playstation® 3 and PC.
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