Published: Tue, June 20, 2017
IT | By Amos Hawkins

More Details on Assassin's Creed Origins at Ubisoft E3 Conference

More Details on Assassin's Creed Origins at Ubisoft E3 Conference

It has been given the release date of October 27th 2017, just over a week before the launch of the Xbox One X on November 7th.

The representative from Ubisoft also said that the game had quite a bunch of RPG-elements and the gameplay stood true to this as it showed some cool and unique RPG features.

Ubisoft hosts its own dedicated briefing on June 12, at which Assassin's Creed Origins will be explored in more detail, alongside other titles in the publisher's slate of upcoming releases and in-development projects. To stay in the know, bookmark OnlySP and follow the site on Facebook and Twitter. Most of the games focus on exploration and giving the player freedom, but this seems it'll be going completely open-world. Pushing back further in time than any previous entry in the series, Assassin's Creed: Origins is set in ancient Egypt and stars a new hero named Baek.

Highly detailed 28.7 inch (73cm) resin statue of Bayek, a protector of Egypt whose personal story will lead to the creation of the Assassin's Brotherhood; and his eagle, Senu - By Ubicollectibles.

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Egypt is the birthplace of the assassin brotherhood according to the game's creative director Jean Guesdon.

So, what do you think of Assassin's Creed Origins?

Assassin's Creed, the multi-million dollar gaming franchise, has returned with its next major title: Assassin's Creed Origins. Assassin's Creed: Originswas first shown at Microsoft's Xbox conference on Sunday. Origins will also feature a new combat system that allows one to engage multiple enemies at once and includes ultra-rare weapons.

An Origin Story - Start here, at the very beginning, with the never-before-told origin story of Assassin's Creed. Referred to as an Egyptian "sheriff", Bayek will parkour his way across ancient Egyptian cities and jungles to hunt down a group of individuals on his list. The narrative experience gives players new freedom as well, so we can choose and complete quests at our pace.

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