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Assassin's Creed Origins: Everything You NEED TO KNOW

May 30, 2021
Ubisoft is taking its time with the

origins

of Assassin's Creed, but it looks like we have a lot of new things to talk about here. I'm Falcon and today in-game I'm ranking

everything

you

need

to

know

about the

origins

of Assassin's Creed, so first things first. The origin of Assassin's Creed takes place in ancient Egypt, the game is about the rise of the Brotherhood of Assassins and will not only be a traditional action and stealth game, but will also introduce quite a few different RPG elements, for example, you will upload level in the game and in To kill an enemy that is a higher level than you, you will

need

to upgrade your hidden sword.
assassin s creed origins everything you need to know
Now this is a point of contention, not everyone likes the idea that there will be a skill tree involved for the various things they do. I've gotten used to Assassin's Creed, however, it's not a new franchise and adding new elements like this can be a bit risky and I understand that, but I have a feeling it would probably be best to reserve judgment until the game is available and we can I understand exactly what level of detail they've taken this - if you have to micromanage

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in an Assassin's Creed game, obviously that's not going to work, but we have to think about the fact that Assassin's Creed gave rise to this type of open world game . that's popular nowadays, there are a lot of other similar games and it really makes a lot of sense to start adding more depth to these things, in fact it's quite possible that they screw it up, the original gameplay could end up much better, but I would like to say that I appreciate that they are trying to revamp Assassin's Creed.
assassin s creed origins everything you need to know

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There are now different types of damage, for example, the hidden sword that you will have to upgrade to defeat enemies that are at a higher level than you specifically deal stealth damage. In the RPG's skill tree we also saw a controllable arrow that works like the Batarang in the Batman Arkham games. Now there have been discussions about this and some people are saying that it's not necessarily something that they think should be in the game, but I don't like the fact that they have to do it, but they don't actually have to do it. I will say that at some level there is probably something designed to use it, so you might have to do it.
assassin s creed origins everything you need to know
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the protagonist, Byuk. has access to an eagle that works a lot like Watchdogs' drones (which I actually think is cool, I like that Watchdogs feature) to bring it into this game with some of the mild supernatural stuff they've been in the Assassin's Creed franchise. I actually think it fits pretty well and you'll need to take every advantage you can regarding the view of this game because it's huge, the open world is actually the country of Egypt, it's now the same size as the one in real life maybe not necessarily but it's an area the size of a country that you can literally see from one end to the other supposedly it's the size of the Caribbean except there's no water just land so there will probably be an extremely large amount . of the area that you will be able to explore while exploring the map you will be able to ride camels on horseback or do it only on foot, they will be blacksmith bazaars where you can buy upgrades and participate in daily quests, the daily quests that you did will give you mysterious chests that are obviously something standard in video games now and there seems to be no way to escape them now which, having said that, what we have seen so far is not.
assassin s creed origins everything you need to know
As dense as Assassin's Creed's previous open world because they focused on smaller areas and this is meant to be maybe a little more realistic, not everything was built like a sprawling metropolis, so scaling is actually a bit more of an effect. limited that works in certain areas. Obviously, in a small town or in the middle of the desert being able to do parkour really isn't that cool. That being said, they also wanted to emphasize that you will have the ability to climb most things, for example a mountain or a pyramid. The cities seem to be a little less vertical, but I'm sure the cities won't necessarily be the same, so it will force you to bury your game a little more, which is good because they have several skill trees, from stealth to warrior .
You will be able to improve in various directions and adapt to different terrain, which is great. The real main question is whether everything will be dense enough or not. What is called interesting, it seems that they are making quite concerted efforts to get to that point, for example, creating a new AI framework so that NPCs have routines, day and night cycles, work socialized, eat different kinds of NPCs, do different things, for example, soldiers collecting taxes and keeping things, gossiping, agricultural bandits, steel, whether priests do what they do in temples during the day and various animals doing various things, from gazelles wandering to lions hunting them, supposedly all These NPCs are persistent, which is good because when you return somewhere it won't just be in the state it was in when you left, things will have changed people.
They will have moved on with their lives and, to a large extent, that makes it seem like the place is alive now. It's also very clear that they've taken some cues from The Witcher, not just in some movements, particularly the horse and a lot of the moving around in the open world, but even more specifically in the way you'll interact with the world, they've developed a quest system that, by the looks of it, reminds me a lot of Witcher 3. They want you to, quote, delve into the quest system and experiences that intersect stories that explore deeper relationships and unite the game's characters, in my opinion, the only other game that has done this correctly is whats three, so if they are able to implement something that is even half as effective as that game. in an Assassin's Creed game, although we have a superior Assassin's Creed game on our hands, I would like to continue the comparisons with Witcher 3 by highlighting the new orientation of the combat system.
Assassin's Creed used to be very counter oriented and also instant. They're kill-oriented, but they've gone in a direction that emphasizes combos a little more, as well as blocking and dodging, which has a decidedly more Witcher 3 feel. Now you could even say it's somewhere between Witcher 3 neo and Dark Souls because, from what I saw. I saw things that reminded me of those three games, but it's still like Assassin's Creed, it's very difficult to pin it down exactly, it seems like they're taking a lot of different inspiration, which I think is good once again. This is a franchise that needs some degree of new life and we don't know exactly how it will turn out, but again at least they're trying evidence that they're trying the looting is instant now if you've ever been.
Annoyed by the animations when you loot bodies in Assassin's Creed is no longer the case, every time you perform a successful attack you will increase the adrenaline meter which is a new addition and when you reach that point you can unleash a frenzy of attacks or a huge attack, they reorient the controls to fit the new style of play, but you can put it back to the franchise default if you want, plus there will now be boss battles, this is something that I think they have taken a cue from in many Dark Souls I don't know if it will completely lean that way, the bosses are just ridiculous and absurd in stature or power and it may end up being a machination of some kind or maybe just an adversary who is particularly skilled, we don't know yet, but for To prepare for them you will have to collect and upgrade all your equipment, which you will do through a crafting system.
There is apparently a fairly wide range of weapons, from straight swords to sickles. from swords to short swords, clubs, spears and smaller weapons like sleeping darts, poison clouds, fire bombs and you can tame animals to apply SiC to people which I think is fun and I think this all sounds pretty deep, But again. If it turns out to be micromanagement, I think it's something that could be detrimental to Assassin's Creed. Now I've poked fun at some minor things in this game and I'm a little hesitant when I talk about all the in-depth stuff, but I'm cautiously optimistic about those things and I'm very optimistic about the setting, aside from Black Flag, easily the Best looking Assassin's Creed game by far, there are little details like him limping a bit after a long fall and some of the more interesting slow motion things that happened during the course of combat that definitely caught my attention and made me think They're actually giving it the kind of attention it deserves, so I have high hopes for this game.
Please note that I have raised hopes in the past for Assassin's Creed. I've been disappointed, so take it with a grain of salt, but this looks great. What do you think? We are obviously very interested in your opinion, so please leave us a comment. Tell us. everything you think about the origins of Assassin's Creed, the good, the bad, there is definitely a lot of discussion to be had on this topic and if you liked our synopsis of the information we have now, please like now if you are not subscribed now it would be great. To do this, we upload new videos every day of the week.
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