E3 2017: Ancient Egypt Is Your Sandbox In 'Assassin's Creed Origins'

Soon after Phil Spencer revealed the most powerful gaming console Xbox One X at E3 2017, the biggest title came out from the shadows from the popular Assassins Creed Franchise. A reportedly leaked screenshot for the game also backed up previous reports of the game's setting in Egypt.

The game has reportedly been in development for four years with Ubisoft Montreal beginning work on the title following the release of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, arguably the last compelling entry in the series. It's a system familiar to anyone who has played a game like Diablo III or Destiny.aks basically all over the place, Origins takes place in Egypt in 49 BCE. You will be able to see some of this new gameplay in both the reveal trailer and gameplay trailers below. The game is slated to be released on 27 October on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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As the bonus to the players, the Ubisoft announced that the game would have the bonus pass, which will give them access to the future additions like maps, major expansions and equipment's set.

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