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The Da Vinci Disappearance is a downloadable content addition for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, bundled alongside Animus Project Update 3.0. It was released on March 8, 2011 for Xbox 360 (800 Microsoft Points), and March 9, 2011 for PlayStation 3 (£7.99 or $9.99). Accompanying this, it was included for free in the PC version of the game, due to the delay of the platform's release date.
The Da Vinci Disappearance memories could only be started after completing "Double Agent", though to complete the whole sequence, "High-Stakes Negotiations" also needed to be completed, although it takes place after Sequence 8 and before Sequence 9.
In order to find the inventor and friend, Ezio Auditore da Firenze embarked on a relentless quest to recover Leonardo's stolen paintings, who had apparently discovered the entrance to a hidden temple that the Hermeticists desired.
The DLC contained eight memories, two locations, the Hazard dice game in La Volpe Addormentata, and ten achievements. It was also contained alongside Animus Project Update 3.0, which was comprised of two Animi training modes (Escort and Assassinate), a simulated location (Alhambra), and four Animi Avatars (the Dama Rossa, the Knight, the Marquis, and the Pariah).
Additionally, the console versions also included the Harlequin and the Officer Animi Avatars, the Helmschmied Drachen Armor outfit, and two Templar Lairs; all of which came with Brotherhood's Limited Codex Edition.
- A Roll Of The Dice
- The One Who Got Away
- Memento Mori
- Bon Voyage
- Last Minute Invite
- The Ezio Auditore Affair
- Decoding Da Vinci
- The Temple of Pythagoras