Assassin's Creed Origins DLC release dates have revealed themselves
Jan 17 2018
Ubisoft has announced release dates for the first three Assassin's Creed Origins DLC expansions. According to the game developer and publisher, Assassin's Creed Origins'Discovery Tour will release on February 20th, 2018.
In Assassin's Creed Origins, the action takes place in Ancient Egypt, the most mysterious place in history, during a crucial period that will shape civilization.
What do you think about the two new expansion passes and the "Discovery Tour" mode coming to Assassin's Creed Origins over the next few months? Playing as Bayek, a protector of Egypt whose personal story will lead to the creation of the Assassin's Brotherhood, players will plunge into a living, systemic open world, and discover the secrets behind the Great Pyramids, forgotten myths, the last pharaohs, and - engraved in long-lost hieroglyphics - the origin story of the Assassin's Brotherhood. This expansion will once again increase the level cap and bring new items, as well as a completely new storyline. Alongside the new explorable region and story, fans can also enjoy a bevy of additions such as two new mounts, a new outfit, raise the level cap to 45, and introduce four new legendary weapons to use for your various assassinations. This second piece of paid DLC features a new storyline centred on an ancient curse plaguing the Thebes region. They will also have to contend with mythological Egyptian beasts.
The DLC is part of the "Assassin's Creed Origins" Season Pass.
The next DLC expansion will be available on March 6th and is called "The Curse of the Pharaohs". Ancient Egyptian mythology is the focus here. There's a lot of content to explore, a lot of story to cover.
The Hidden Ones is the first DLC to land alongside the base game. These include general bug fixing for broken quests that may hinder players from completing their objectives. A Gold Edition with a physical Steelbook ($109.99) is also available.
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