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Ubisoft Announces Dawn of Discovery: Venice

January 29, 2010

Ubisoft Announces Dawn of Discovery: Venice

The official add-on to Dawn of Discovery PC expands the game's universe with new setting and online multiplayer mode

Today Ubisoft announced Dawn of Discovery: Venice, the add-on for the PC version of Dawn of Discovery, the acclaimed real-time strategy and simulation game released earlier this year. Dawn of Discovery: Venice will combine the signature gameplay mechanics of the series and the richness of the Venetian culture with an all-new online multiplayer mode. In addition, Ubisoft announced Dawn of Discovery: Gold Edition, which will include the original Dawn of Discovery and the Dawn of Discovery: Venice add-on. Both the add-on and Gold Edition are due to release February 25, 2010 in North America via download only.

"With Dawn of Discovery: Venice, we are proud to bring a whole new dimension to gamers by letting them experience new multiplayer challenges online with their friends” said Adam Novickas, director of marketing for Ubisoft. "We are confident that this add-on will please long-time fans of the series as well as newcomers to the franchise.”

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Key Features of Dawn of Discovery: Venice:

  • New Venetian setting:

  • The rich Dawn of Discovery environment is complemented with a new Venetian setting offering new possibilities of interaction:

    • Build two new Venetian ship types: the small and big tradesman cog

    • Develop secret cabinets, infiltrate your enemies and sabotage their expansion

  • Multiplayer:

  • Play Dawn of Discovery online in multiplayer mode:

    • Choose to play versus or co-op to defeat the AI by combining your techniques

    • Up to 8 players

  • New Challenges and Quests:

    • Up to 60 new items and 300 new quests with two new types: trading race and ship boarding

    • Discover and exploit a new type of island, the Volcano island

  • New scenarios to face new challenges with new achievements, medals and crests

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