First DLC for Assassin's Creed Origins Coming Later This Month

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered

It seems like just this morning - oh wait, it was! - we brought news of the latest Assassin's Creed Origins patch which, aside from various fixes, readies the game for the upcoming "The Hidden Ones" expansion pack. While you're exploring and fighting your way through Sinai you can level up to the new cap of 45, find four new Legendary weapons and two new mounts, and even take all of your crafted gear up two more levels. You can get access to The Hidden Ones via the season pass, or purchase it separately on January 23rd.

Finally, The Curse of the Pharaohs will be released on March 6, 2018. The next DLC for Assassin's Creed Origins is "Discovery Tour by Assassin's Creed: Ancient Egypt". This expansion takes players to Thebes as they square off against mythical Egyptian creatures in an attempt to reverse the curse that brought dead pharaohs back to life. The Curse of the Pharaohs will increase the level cap to 55 while also introducing new outfits and gear that is themed around classic Egyptian mythology into the game.

Egypt is a big country, and Assassin's Creed Origins, a game set in the middle of its shifting sands, is a suitably big game. Discovery Tour will be available as a free update for all owners of the game, and also available as a separate purchase on Uplay and Steam for Windows PC.

Ubisoft detailed their January plans for Assassin's Creed Origins earlier this month. The story revolves around the fact that the Brotherhood is growing in numbers. For further details, please visit here. No wording on the price point for the pack, but players can hop into Assassin's Creed Origins now and check out the pack.

A revamped narrative experience allows total freedom for players to choose and complete quests at their own pace, each telling an intense and emotional story full of colorful characters and meaningful objectives. It also has guided tours in an effort to provide some historical context to ancient Egypt. This educational tour of Egypt doesn't let you slit throats, but you can still walk around and learn about Egypt's history and culture. For the 2016-17 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of €1,460 million.

Related:

Comments

Latest news

Nissan Xmotion SUV concept could point to next Rogue
The Xmotion rides on all-terrain tires wrapped around 21-inch alloy wheels, but that's about as far as its off-roady cues go. Nissan says that this technique uses neither glue nor a single nail, and that it is known for its durability and strength.

Yogi Adityanath advices Rahul Gandhi to practice positive politics
It is Rahul's first visit to Amethi since he became Congress president. While the district Congress party denied holding up the poster.

Wales confirm Ryan Giggs as new manager
Giggs won 64 caps between 1991 and 2007 and captained his country but was often criticised for pulling out of Wales squads. Giggs played a record 963 times for Manchester United and became British soccer's most decorated player.

Venus Williams, US champion Stephens out
By the rankings, it was an upset, but by no means, this was an upset for Bencic, who was a former top-10 player as a teenager. The 20-year-old fresh off of pairing with Roger Federer at the Hopman Cup mixed-team event where Switzerland won the title.

Other news