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First Assassin's Creed Origins Expansion Releases This Month

First Assassin's Creed Origins Expansion Releases This Month

The mode, in case you're unfamiliar with it, usually opens up in some games after you beat it the first time through, and it adds an extra challenge to it, whether it's with tougher difficulty of AI enemies, or with missions that could take a bit longer to complete.

While there's no exact date yet, Ubisoft will release a new quest later this month that will lead into the first expansion titled, "The Hidden Ones". Bayek and his Assassins will clash with the force in an all-new region of the game. The big draw is that The Hidden Ones will take place in an all-new region of Egypt, giving the player more to explore. It did reveal that the level cap has been increased from 40 to 45.

In a recent "Developer Q&A" posted on the game's official website, the developers acknowledged the players who have been calling for the release of a New Game+ mode. The expansion is free for season pass holders, but non-subscribers will presumably pay for the expansion.

In addition to this, the Heka chest is having more of the DLC items added to it. Two more item packs are also being added.

The For Honor-inspired Warden outfit. And all players will also be able to snag all previously exclusive Community Creation Contest weapons as a Ubisoft Club Reward later this month. From January 9th to the 16th Anubis will once again be around to be fought, and from the 23rd to the 30th you have another chance to go after Sobek. "Assassin's Creed: Origins", despite being a stealth action game primarily, has some of the heaviest RPG elements in the history of the franchise, and it would do well to have a New Game+ mode.


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