6 Exciting Assassin’s Creed Origins Features
There are some very impressive Assassin’s Creed Origins features that will make you want to rush out and buy it this October.
Assassin’s Creed Origins is the long-awaited follow-up to the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate game that launched in 2015 for Xbox One, Windows PCs and the PS4. Like other games in the series, players get an all-new protagonist, location and story with historical context. You will play as Bayek, a warrior and newly minted member of the Assassin Order. The game takes place in Egypt during the time that civilization thrived. Trailers have teased Cleopatra and Julius Caesar as characters gamers will meet.
The list of Assassin’s Creed Origins features includes more than just a new story though. The game’s combat system does not rely on animations as much as other games in the series do. You can attack an enemy where you want, and you can even miss them if you aren’t careful. The game’s developers have dumped Eagle Vision and replaced that with an Eagle that Bayek uses to find out where enemies are and how dangerous they might be. Assassin’s Creed Origins features new side missions with their own story arcs and activities.
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Ubisoft launches Assassin’s Creed Origins on October 27th. Here are all the Assassin’s Creed Origins features that we know about so far. Browse these and decide whether you want to pre-order the game before release.
6 Reasons To Buy Assassin’s Creed Origins
- HDR & and 4K Visuals
- Experience Egypt for the First Time
- Find Out What’s Next in the Assassin’s Creed Story
- Better Missions
- Refreshed Assassin Combat
- Realistic Worlds and Animals
HDR & 4K Visuals on Xbox One X
Two technologies, HDR and 4K, are growing popular with gamers, and you can buy Assassin’s Creed Origins knowing that it will support both.
HDR is short for High-Dynamic Range. It’s a contrast standard for televisions that gets you brighter colors and deeper blacks. The Xbox One S and Xbox One X support HDR games.
4K is shorthand for 4K Ultra HD. Games that support 4K are four times as sharp as high-definition games. You will see more texture and detail in every building, animal and enemy when playing Assassin’s Creed Origins on the Xbox One X and a 4K TV.