Assassin's Creed Origins Mysteries of Egypt Trailer Debuts at E3 2017

Game Informer cover via Imgur

Game Informer cover via Imgur

The series went on a hiatus after the launch of Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, but is now back. One big change seems to be that Assassin's Creed Origins ditches the mini-map and will instead see players scope out the area using Bayek's eagle, Senu. Among these special editions is one called Dawn of the Creed Legendary Edition that costs $799.99 Dollars and includes nearly everything you can imagine. The game is set in ancient Egypt that is the birthplace of Assassins Creed Brotherhood.

The most familiar aspect of the game is that it is open-world.

A news that in the end is no surprise any more, considering that the last episode of the saga which presented multiplayer component was Assassin's Creed: Black Flag.

The trailer shows the sweeping deserts, vistas, and more featured in Assassin's Creed Origins. Additionally, Bayek can loot his victims, and you can see that different weapons have level requirements to equip and different attack values-commonly seen in many Western RPGs.

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THE MYSTERIES OF ANCIENT EGYPT - Discover lost tombs, the Great Pyramids, mummies, and the gods.

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. The cover for the new Game Informer, as well as the new Game Informer itself, have been leaked.

As Bayek, his story will influence the start of the Assassin's Brotherhood. All in all, it's good to finally have an official word on this game. We'd be lying if we said it doesn't look like it'll be a ton of fun to play. Far Cry 5 is expected to be available on multiple gaming platforms, including Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and desktop PC next year on February 27. The Gold Edition includes all of this and the Season Pass, and for those who want it, there will be a Steelbook version of the Gold Edition.

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