Assassin's Creed Origins has undead mummy DLC

Creeping Through Egypt Assassin’s Creed Origins Hands On Review

This causes concern for many players who feel cheated when developers add these into thier games - firstly because some developers may make it extremely hard to get through the game without purchasing a key to the chest and secondly locking content that should be included in the game through means of coughing up more cash just seems unethical.

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.

Assassin's Creed Origins launches for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on 27th October, and you can read VideoGamer's full interview here.

· A package of 500 Helix Credits: Available at the launch of the game. This move came about from observing the player base, according to Ismail, the studio has found a subset of players that really like to focus on maxing out the in-game economy to acquire things, rather than sneaking into locations and stealing it. These will take place at set times with first one occurring 15 days after launch. Available at the launch of the game.

The game will also feature revised combat mechanics. A horde mode will be added in early 2018 where players face off against enemy waves in a Gladiator arena. They will be able to compare their scores with their friends and challenge them asynchronously.

Discovery Tour: This new educational mode turns the world of Assassin's Creed Origins into a combat-free living museum and will give everyone the opportunity to learn more about Ancient Egypt through guided tours curated by historians and Egyptologists.

Excited to play Assasin's Creed Origins? .

By now you should be well aware that Assassin's Creed Origins is introducing a lot of changes to the well-worn decade-old Assassin's Creed formula, including an array of RPG elements such as XP and levelling.

For the latest on all Ubisoft games, please visit These microtransactions don't cost real money, just in-game currency that can be earned by playing the game. For the 2016-17 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of €1,460 million.



Other news