Assassin's Creed Origins gets two new trailers showing off the bad guys

16 September, 2017, 17:16 | Author: Oscar Goodwin
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Ubisoft this fall is taking gamers on a trip to Ancient Egypt with Assassin's Creed Origins. This two-minute trailer gives just a glimpse of the mysterious force and showcases just how powerful the group is. Assassin's Creed Origins is almost here and fans will soon control Bayek and learn of the origins of the brotherhood. So today Ubisoft released a new trailer revealing what the bad guys will be called this time around, and their name will be the "Order of the Ancients". You can see what you'll be facing in the latest video below. Apparently, this Order controls the Pharoah, which could mean that you'll have to assassinate the Egyptian leader before long.

The new trailer also shows off some epic "in game footage captured in 4K" which helps set both tone and scene for the upcoming game.

The trailer featured a number of cinematic shots, including references to biblical plagues, Roman legionnaires, warships in action, and war elephants. Bayek serves as the protector of the people in the midst of Ptolemaic Egypt.

This year assassins travel to ancient Egypt in Assassin's Creed Origins and it's pretty accurate to say that this one will be a little more exciting to explore than the previous ones.

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