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Assassin's Creed Origins: Top 10 Secrets & Easter Eggs

May 10, 2020
As big as the

origins

of Assassin's Creed are, it's no surprise that the world you're playing in is full of

secrets

and Easter

eggs

. Here are a few that we and a ton of other people on the internet found in the game ranks today. Here are the

secrets

to the

origins

of Assassin's Creed. Easter

eggs

and references first go up a number 10. Don't think your camel is impressive enough in Assassin's Creed origins. In fact, you can unlock a pretty amazing white steed with a killer horn at the end. Yes it's correct. You can turn your basic camel into a mythical unicorn the unicorn isn't exactly a secret, it's an item available to buy in the helix shop that you can spend real world money on or earn all those in-game helix credits by completing challenges, but it's weird and quite funny so i thought why not mention it next in issue 9 here's one that's more interesting for its real world connections in content the valley of the well is a unique site in egypt designated as a heritage site humanity by UN SC oh thanks to the hundreds of ancient whale skeletons found there the site gets an interesting little reference on Sanskrit origins shown the developers really put their research into the familiar region area between the white and black desert, that's why i can find a small crater filled with water, if you dive in, you will find an extinct whale fossil that c omatches the same skeletons from Valley of the Whales this is definitely a cool find and a really cool little

easter

egg that also makes it to number 8 now this

easter

egg may or may actually be nothing and we may just be speculation, but I think it's still important to mention because it could actually be a reference to Game of Thrones if you go to the military storage facility in the southern part of Alexandria, you'll find a note saying that the protection of this storage depot was so boring i wish they would put me on the north wall it must be much more interesting there obviously this makes you think of the wall you know where jon snow hangs out but like i said who knows this is actually anything but seeing that everyone loves Game of Thrones. nerdy shows this is another cool little easter that you can find unless you are paying close attention this easter egg is really easy to miss while exploring the waters near the little polis if you look closely you will see that the rock is actually a sunken TARDIS which is the name of the iconic time traveling spaceship box from Doctor Who whatever that actually is and even for someone like me who isn't a fan of Doctor Who this is very easy to figure out to reckon and it's pretty obvious to ubisoft nerds our Doctor Who fans coming in at number six one of the coolest weapons in the low key SAS origins is literally on fire all the time and to get this legendary sword you'll need to go your own way Delve into the main story before you get a chance to get your hands on the weapon, it even sets enemies on fire and can be upgraded with any of the damage-enhancing perks po r fire which is definitely a plus you will get this sword quite a bit in the when you reach level 31 it will unlock a quest chain and eventually this sword will unlock.
assassin s creed origins top 10 secrets easter eggs
I mean, it's a sword that's on fire 24/7, then it also sets people on fire, why wouldn't you want that? And next number 5, the desert is a pretty dangerous place in the low key SAS origins, especially if you are foolish enough to travel deep into the desert in the middle of the day byuk you may get heat stroke and start seeing visions random hallucinations will occur you will see insects raining from the sky for example you may even come across a fish out of water that is just wallowing around in the middle of the sand with no water in sight for him to actually come and you may also come across a burning bush you know, just like Moses did in that bible story, angelic music will start playing and this piece of cloth will fly out of nowhere. and it takes you into a burning bush there are a lot of hallucinations so its probably best to travel through the desert and see the rest for yourself but i love this idea good job you would be soft next on number 4 egypt is A quite a wild place and byuk will have many encounters with multiple forms of wildlife in as many adventures where you have run into evil hippos.
assassin s creed origins top 10 secrets easter eggs

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I can take down entire fishing villages, alligators, lions etc. but not every animal encounter is a life and death struggle sometimes it's better to make new friends and you can totally pet the cats, yes it's Egypt, so there's cats everywhere and you can pet them all now there's no cat pet button like in watchdogs 2 which was awesome and it's a bummer that wasn't included in this game which by the way because we know you can do it soft, what's up with that, anyway, aside from my anger to pet a cat, you'll have to stand near one and wait for it to do it. walk towards you, then you can crouch, sit down and enjoy adorable cat interaction, just head to a temple or anywhere with a crowd of people and you may find some cats you know, sit down and take a break from killing dudes. and getting attacked by crazy evil hippos from time to time and just hanging out with your furry friend getting to number three so almost every Assassin's Creed game has that set of armor or robes you know the master

assassin

robe or some ancient Aztec armor or something. like that and of course Origins has its own set too, except this time it's something totally different from what we've seen before, it actually has a sci-fi look to it, it's hidden in a secret tomb found under the Sphinx to gain access. for this you will have to complete The 12 align the stars, lots of challenges, it can be a lot of effort but this armor looks crazy and there is nothing like it in the whole game and actually in the whole series I mean just look this armor, look how cool it looks. doesn't look like it's from an Assassin's Creed game at all Michael Fassbender's upcoming Assassin's Creed movie #2 didn't get the rave reviews fans were hoping for, but Ubisoft is throwing moviegoers a bone with a series of emails from Easter Egg connecting the protagonist of origins with another templar operator played by Marion Cotillard in the film version our modern day heroine Laila Hassan seen briefly as you progress through the origins story can access her computer terminal and search for the emails he sent to Sofia from the movie Hassan lies many movie specific references that discuss the weird physical hydraulic version of the Animus machine that Michael Fassbender's killer was connected to in the movie basically these easter eggs set up that the film is canon in the eyes of Ubisoft.
assassin s creed origins top 10 secrets easter eggs
I must say that this is very cool and I love the idea that this universe of movies and games are connected. In fact, I kind of doubt it, but speaking of watchdogs, let's move on to the next point, and finally, at number one, Desmond Miles and Aiden Pearce forget mentions in Assassin's Creed origins. FISMA miles, the original hero of the modern parts of Assassin's Creed. he's been around since Assassin's Creed 3, but that doesn't mean he isn't mentioned in Assassin's Creed origins. Aiden Pearce, who you play as in the original Watchdogs, also gets a reference in the non-spirited side of the story, the file des no thousands. he's easy to spot on Hassan's laptop, which makes sense because pretty much everything starts with him from Assassin's Creed one, but aiden pearce is a bit harder to find if you check the olivier gar new file on the sons laptop , you will find a document with a receipt from the restaurant the receipt is from 2013, the year Watchdogs was launched and includes the Quickies restaurant, a specific reference to the Watchdog universe, you will also find a CCTV image of Chicago, the setting. early watchdogs but a clear picture of Aiden Pearce killing this guy and you actually played this mission in the first game if you remember you actually go yourself and pull the trigger and that's a pretty big reference because it's clearly Aiden Pearce like I said you actually played as him during that mission in the first game and Ubisoft has been hinting for some time now that both series take place in the same universe and Assassin's Creed Black Flag and the addition of animus parts there are numerous references to CTO what do you know Operating system you use and watchdogs to hack the cities, but with this easter egg it's pretty much confirmed that these games exist in the same universe.
assassin s creed origins top 10 secrets easter eggs
I think that's great and those are some Assassin's Creed origins secrets, easter eggs and references, but we want to hear from you, do you think any of these things are a bit over the top and what are some of the things you found to be so? Maybe we've missed it too as I'm sure you already know that like button it really helps us and we post videos like this every day and the best way to get them is with a subscription to the channel and as always Thanks for looking, see you next time. here in the game ranks

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