Assassin's Creed Origins Announced by Ubisoft

Появились некоторые подробности о новой части Assassin’s Creed

Assassin's Creed Origins, as the name implies, tells the story of the creator of the Assassin's Brotherhood, Bayek. Assassin's Creed Origins will release for Xbox One, PC, and PS4 on October 27th. You are Bayek, protector of Egypt, whose personal story will lead to the creation of the Assassin's Brotherhood. However, later, Ubisoft also detailed the game's price and stated that the title will have five different special editions.

It's an Egypt "already rich with history and mystery".

According to an analysis by Brandwatch, who looked at social media chatter during the Xbox E3 presser, the games that got the most limelight are all games that can be played on other platforms in addition to Xbox.

The game's world runs from the Mediterranean Sea to the tombs of Giza, but will mostly take place in the cities of Memphis and Alexandria.

The self-imposed, year-long hiatus that Ubisoft placed on the franchise following 2015's Syndicate appears to have worked wonders for its flagship series, as Origins looks every bit as attractive as we'd expect, given the extra development time.

Assassin's Creed Origins was fully revealed during Microsoft's E3 presentation today. For the first time, the game will include RPG elements like leveling up, looting, and even customization. There were numerous surprises in there too despite all the leaks which took place a few months ago. A unique new ability to fire a guided arrow controlled by the player was also shown. Because the game will not have towers anymore, this hawk detection will come in handy. We can't help but feel the likes of Dark Souls and The Witcher have left a lasting impression on the studio that brought us 2013's Black Flag. Ubisoft has said that they made the combat more fluid and provided the main character with a lot more mobility.

Check out the premiere gameplay trailer below.

A printed version of the game's hand-drawn world map.

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