The history of the assassins comes to life as Assassin’s Creed takes you all the way back to where it all started in Origins.
If you’re excited about Assassin’s Creed Origins, you won’t be let down. The game is everything you wished for and more. What did they do to make it better? Well, aside from a new and epic storyline and awesome graphics, they switched what gamers didn’t want with what gamers do want.
In this tenth edition, the general plot theme is the same as in the previous ones – some real world events mixed in with a bit of imagination and a lot of action. However, this installment is the prequel to all prior games in the series.
The war between the Assassins, a movement of mysterious freedom fighters, and the Templars, who want to role through strict order, started way back in Ptolemaic Egypt. There and then, a Medjay named Bayek fights tirelessly to keep his people safe from threats.
While this one also, unfortunately, don’t include any multiplayer gameplay, it has more free-roam action than ever before. You can take a break from the linear storyline whenever you want, and just roam across ancient Egypt, taking on smaller missions and games.
But probably the biggest missed thing in gaming history is back with Assassin’s Creed Origins, boss fights!
Relive that moment of both excitement and fear of meeting a level boss back in the 90s.
The game will also have a new reaction-based combat system and will include naval combat and tomb raiding. However, you will not have to climb as many tall structures to unlock new areas – which is a good thing.
Assassin’s Creed Origins will launch on October 27, worldwide, with versions available for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (probably Xbox One X as well).