Assassin's Creed Origins to Feature Free Post-Launch Content

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The announcement of these new features has no doubt created a new surge of excitement for the fans and with only 2 weeks to go until it is released on October 27, the hype is certainly intensifying with each and every day. This comes into two sections with one dedicated to those who purchase the season pass and those who made a decision to opt for the free DLC content. Both those with a season pass and those without will be getting free content post-launch, with two DLC packs for the game coming early next year. It takes players years after the events of the title as they take on an occupying Roman force in a new region. During their journey, players will encounter famed Egyptian beasts such as Anubis warriors, scorpios and more, as they investigate the cause of the curse that has brought the dead pharaohs back to life. This expansion will also raise the level cap again and introduce new skills for Bayek. It focuses on Egyptian mythology, with players having to fight against zombie pharaohs and exploring a new realm. This DLC is coming out later, in March 2018.

The Roman Centurion and Horus Packs: Two exclusive add-on packs including a new outfit, weapons, shield and mount. At launch, you'll also get 500 Helix credits, an in-game currency, and a legendary weapon, the Calamity Blade. Available at the launch of the game. Career Mode lets you keep track of your progress in leaderboards, while Rapid Mode offers a quicker experience, with fewer categories and clues. The first Trial of the Gods event will be available 15 days after the launch of the game.

The Trials of the Gods: Epic boss battles against Egyptian gods that take place during special timed events, victorious players will receive prestigious rewards.

Finally, players will be able to complete daily quests to unlock a variety of mysterious loot and rewards at The Nomad's Bazaar.

Photo Mode also allows the players to turn off "Assassin's Creed Origins" on-screen displays or status updates so that they can capture a better view.

Far Cry 5 isn't out until early 2018, but you will be able to play it later this month on the PS4 Pro console at Armageddon. That includes photo mode that will allow players to unleash their inner photographer, fights against endless waves of enemies in Gladiator Arena through Horde mode and more.

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