The video game will also have free updates that will contain several new features that will enhance the gameplay experience for players.
The season pass will cover two major expansion packs. Keep an eye out for more coverage of the title leading up to its launch.
Players will also fight different monsters in this expansion pack like the Anubis warriors, large scorpions, and more. Like other recent big releases there'll be loot chests in Origins, but they won't require you to dip into your own money as they'll be purchasable using only the in-game currency. They will be investigating the curse that has resurrected the ancient pharaohs. Dubbed 'The Hidden Ones, ' this will be available in January 2018.
This story-driven expansion builds upon the growth of the Brotherhood, taking players years after the events of Assassin's Creed Origins as they clash with an occupying Roman force in a new region. The latter will take players on a guided tour of Ancient Egypt curated by historians and Egyptologists, and will be available in early 2018. Available in November 2017.
An exclusive rare weapon: the Calamity Blade. This will also increase the level cap even further and introduce brand new abilities.
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There are two story-driven expansion packs that will be released after the game's launch, two add-on packs, and small DLCs that will be available on the release date.
The previously announced Discovery Tour mode will also be added, turning the world of Assassin's Creed Origins into a living, breathing museum.
The Trial of the Gods will be grand battles against the gods of Egypt, and these will take place on special time events. The first trial will be held 15 days after the game's launch.
The Nomad's Bazaar: A wandering merchant gives players daily quests to complete in order to earn mysterious exotic rewards. Photo Mode will also be available at launch, which will let them capture lovely sights of ancient Egypt. That includes photo mode that will allow players to unleash their inner photographer, fights against endless waves of enemies in Gladiator Arena through Horde mode and more. They will be able to compare their scores with their friends and challenge them asynchronously.
Set for release on 27th October for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Assassin's Creed Origins is certainly looking to please those who like a lengthy adventure with more to do on the side.