Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Research | By Derrick Holloway

Assassin's Creed Origins' free DLC will let you fight Egyptian gods

Assassin's Creed Origins' free DLC will let you fight Egyptian gods

Ubisoft has revealed details for Assassin's Creed Origins post-launch content including the season pass and free add-on content which will be free for all players.

The season pass is available as part the game's Gold Edition variant, which is priced at $100. That also bags you two smaller add-ons-each containing new outfits and weapons-as well as 500 in-game credits and an exclusive weapon.

Roman Centurion and Horus Packs: These packs include new items and are expected to launch in November 2017.

In addition to that, The Hidden Ones will be a more Roman-themed epilogue for the main game that launches in January.

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· DLC 2 - The Curse of the Pharaohs: In this story-driven expansion focusing on Egyptian mythology, players will fight against undead pharaohs and explore a new, mystical realm. Not only have games been slowly expanding with DLC and seemingly cutting content to sell back to players later, but now games are being intentionally made with a boring ass grind to coax gamers into opening their wallet to speed up the proceedings. At launch you'll get "The Nomad's Bazaar", which will put a wandering merchant in the game who will give you daily quests.

Next, The Trial of the Gods begins 15 days after launch and offers the chance to face Egyptian gods in timed-boss battles.

Assassin's Creed Origins is just a few weeks away from release. There's going to be both paid and free content drops, and everything has been detailed below.

Are you excited for Assassin's Creed Origins?

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Capture moments around the lovely Egyptian landscape with the new photo mode, which can be instantly shared with the community.

All items found in these crates can also be found in the world, it's just a more convenient money-sink for those that master the in-game economy, all without spending real-world money. It'll feature a new region and an extended level cap. It's coming in early 2018.

Assassin's Creed Origins will be available on October 27th for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

By venturing over to the official Xbox Store, you can see that the game is being listed at approximately 42.3 gigabytes, which would make for quite the hefty download for fans of digital games.

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Ubisoft is charging for the big DLC content, and you can't blame them.

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