Ubisoft Reveals Assassin's Creed Origins Season Pass Details, Plus Announces Free DLC

Assassin’s Creed Origins Post Launch & Season Pass- trailer


Likewise, the paid DLC from a season pass will offer two expansions, The Hidden Ones and The Curse of The Pharaohs, both of which are not scheduled for a release until next year. Slated for release in January 2018. Bayek will have to clash against the Romans and take a dive deeper into the Egyptian mythology to face undead Pharaohs and mystical creatures. According to a report by GameSpot, the two expansions are called "The Hidden Ones" and "The Curse of the Pharaohs". The level cap will also be increased in this expansion although the extend of its extension hasn't been confirmed.

Gamers could also get the DLC automatically when they buy Assassin's Creed: Origins Gold Edition, which costs $99. Assassin's Creed Origins launches for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on 27th October. It's out March 2018.

The Roman Centurion and Horus Packs: Two exclusive add-on packs including a new outfit, weapons, shield and mount. At launch you'll receive 500 Helix Credits and the Calamity Blade exclusive weapon. It will see the Brotherhood battle it out with occupying Romans in a brand new map.

Photo Mode: Players will be able to capture and share the beauty of the Egyptian landscape and indulge their inner wildlife photographer while discovering in-game pictures taken by other players.

The Nomad's Bazaar - Track down a wandering merchant who will give you daily quests to pursue and reward you with exotic mystery rewards.

Far Cry 5 isn't out until early 2018, but you will be able to play it later this month on the PS4 Pro console at Armageddon. But they're also dipping back into their reserve of family-friendly properties and will also launch new versions of Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune in November. Horde Mode will pit the players against waves of enemies in the Gladiator Arena allowing them to rank their scores against others, while Discovery Tour is more of a leisurely look at the history of Egypt turning the game into a living museum.

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