Surprise! The first chunk of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood DLC will be exclusive to the PS3, the very same console Ubisoft debuted the first game on and then used for its exclusive pre-order beta of this third game. These roots run deep, man. Deep.
"Copernicus Conspiracy," as this bit of content is called, will be free and available for download on launch day (November 16), according to a recent PS Blog post. As its name gives away, the content will feature the famous astronomer Copernicus, though the specific reason why Ezio would need to interact with the man is beyond us at the moment. That said, the PS Blog post does mention that the content will be composed of basic courier, assassination, and protection missions, indicating that this probably won't be the kind of hard-hitting DLC jealous Xbox 360 owners should be losing sleep over, nor the kind of content that we should realistically expect to have some sort of deep and meaningful connection to the game's main story. Could be wrong, though, in all fairness.
== TEASER ==Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, if you didn't know, is the multiplayer-centric sequel to the fabulous Assassin's Creed II. Back in June, Jeff was high on its contract-based, murder mystery approach to Versus stealth play. This little Quick Look of the beta right below might also help you get a better grip on the title's multiplayer, too.