Metascore
76

Generally favorable reviews - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. Mar 14, 2011
    90
    For those who only want to extend their singleplayer experience, at £7.99, The Da Vinci Disappearance is a hard sell, despite how brilliantly crafted the new missions are. However, for those who also enjoy the online multiplayer, it's an absolute no-brainer, adding hours of additional replay value.
  2. Mar 16, 2011
    87
    With its abundant amount of content and inspiring story, The Da Vinci Disappearance DLC provides a definitive reason to head back into the Assassin's Creed universe again.
  3. Play UK
    Apr 21, 2011
    85
    Excellent value. [Issue#204, p.97]
  4. Mar 22, 2011
    84
    The story mode alone is worth the price of admission, but the new multiplayer modes, characters, and map will keep you coming back.
  5. Mar 22, 2011
    80
    The Da Vinci Disappearance is a good DLC, interesting for everyone who is looking for a couple of hours of nice single player story and, above all, for the most hardcore fans of the Brotherhood's multiplayer mode.
  6. Mar 15, 2011
    80
    Da Vincis disappearance is not only a very good DLC for its prize tag, but also a perfect ending after the original ending, so to speak. The single player story is of greater value than the multiplayer material, but the four characters and the new Protect Mode makes it worthwhile even if you don't care about Ezio's adventuring. They could have thrown in one or two more maps, though.
  7. Mar 22, 2011
    65
    Assassin's Creed Brotherhood: The Da Vinci Disappearance is fun, but it's the same fun you've been having with the game you already own and Ubisoft is asking you to fork over an additional $10.
  8. Mar 21, 2011
    60
    The Da Vinci Disappeareance offers a very short add on for the single player mode, focusing more on the online features. It's not cheap, still a must have for online ACB players.
  9. Mar 25, 2011
    42
    The combination of its weak story setup and the arduous grind to see it through completely killed the single player portion of this DLC add-on for me; thankfully, the multiplayer additions allow me to cautiously recommend it for those who enjoy playing AC:B online and have ten bucks to burn – everyone else, there's nothing much to see here.
User Score
7.4

Mixed or average reviews- based on 34 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 34
  2. Negative: 3 out of 34
  1. Dec 25, 2017
    8
    The Da Vinci Disappearance is a downloadable content addition for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Takes place after Sequence 8 and beforeThe Da Vinci Disappearance is a downloadable content addition for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Takes place after Sequence 8 and before Sequence 9.

    + The Da Vinci Disappearance is a good DLC, interesting for everyone who is looking for a couple of hours of nice single player story.
    Full Review »
  2. Aug 16, 2016
    8
    The Da Vinci Disappearance is a downloadable content addition for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.

    The Da Vinci Disappearance memories could
    The Da Vinci Disappearance is a downloadable content addition for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.

    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.
    Full Review »
  3. Apr 23, 2016
    8
    Assassin's Creed Brotherhood: The Da Vinci Disappearance, could only be started after completing "Double Agent", though to complete the wholeAssassin's Creed Brotherhood: The Da Vinci Disappearance, 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 1506, after the fall of the Borgia in Rome, Leonardo da Vinci was kidnapped by the Hermeticists, an underground cult dedicated to "transforming mankind". 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. Locations that Ezio traveled to included Belriguardo Castle, where he encountered Lucrezia Borgia, and the Temple of Pythagoras Full Review »