Assassin’s Creed Origins is an open world action-adventure game developed and published by Ubisoft.
It is the tenth mainline instalment in the Assassin’s Creed series.
Since the launch of the original Assassin's Creed in 2007, the franchise has collectively sold over 200 million units worldwide.
New additions to the Classics Catalog include Syphon Filter 2 on the PS One, and The Sly Collection and Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time on PS3.
Ubisoft is allowing players to play Assassin's Creed Origins for free this weekend. Pre-loads are currently live on your platform of choice.
Along with 60 FPS support on current-gen platforms, the latest update also adds a new Store Menu for the Assassin's Creed franchise.
Originally released in 2017, the acclaimed open-world action RPG is finally getting a performance boost on current-gen consoles.
Darkest Dungeon, GreedFall, Limbo, Worms Rumble, and Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance will be leaving the service on June 15th.
"The wait is almost over," Ubisoft teases, after recent developments strongly suggested that the action-adventure title's 60 FPS patch would be arriving soon.
Assassin's Creed Origins and For Honor: Marching Fire Edition will be available across Xbox Game Pass on PC, consoles, and cloud.
Ubisoft said in December that it was looking to add a 60 FPS option to the open world title on new consoles, and it looks like that patch is almost here.
Assassin's Creed Origins and For Honor will be added to Xbox Game Pass sometime in the next couple of months, it's been announced.
The 2017 open world title, which set the current direction for the series, will seemingly be updated for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
Recent reports indicate that Ubisoft's flagship open world series is in line for a major reinvention in the coming years- but is that a smart move?
McDevitt departs after over ten years at Ubisoft Montreal.
An exposé on Ubisoft amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct says those issues "seep into the company’s games" as well.
Play the open world RPG from June 19th to 21st on Uplay.
Get educational with these now free modes until May 21st.
Change the way enemies react, deal more damage and much more.
It’s almost like an officially supported and available Cheat Table.
Assassin's Creed Origins' second piece of DLC is a rich and memorable addition to Bayek's story.
The update should also be out for the Xbox One and PC soon enough.
More Assassin's Creed Origins is always a good thing.
Take a look at some of the horrors you'll encounter in the next DLC.
Find the full patch notes inside.
Defeating these tougher deities will net some special new gear for players.
You'll have to wait an extra week before battling undead pharaohs and huge scorpions.
Ramp up the difficulty while keeping all your progress or go on some virtual tours.
The violence-free, interactive educational mode contains 75 tours to experience.
Season Pass attach rate is also much better than for the 2015 title.
Ubisoft will have "more information to share soon".
The Hidden Ones DLC doesn't do anything Origins itself didn't, but then again, it doesn't need to.
Explore a brand new region and combat the Hidden Ones along with other threats.
Bayek tackles the Roman Empire and The Hidden Ones in a new region with this DLC.
More for hardcore assassins to dig into.
Discovery Tour and The Curse of the Pharaohs DLC also receive release dates.
New Heka Chest items and a whole bunch of bug fixes also coming with today's patch.
New premium items, Heka chest items and two powerful bosses will be available this month.
Available till December 26th, the boss battles offer a chance at Legendary items and a unique outfit.
Along with a whole host of other things.
Nothing is forbidden, they said. Everything is permitted, they said.
Loads of new meaningful content coming your way.
You have until November 28th to take down the giant Crocodile and claim a unique weapon.
Greatest Assassin's Creed Origins references and secrets you can find in the game.
Improvements to animations, bug fixes and performance improvements also provided for PS4 players.
Head to head comparison between Xbox One X and PS4 Pro versions of Assassin's Creed Origins.
It is difficult to gauge how widespread the problem is, but Ubisoft is already looking into resolving the known issues.
Everything hardcore players don't like about Assassin's Creed Origins.
Turns out that HDR isn't permitted, at least on PC.
The new patch also addresses a number of bugs and glitches.
Some tech tips for Assassin's Creed Origins.
Nothing is CPU, Everything is permitted - Ubisoft.
Head to head comparison between the PC, PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Assassin's Creed Origins.
A complete guide to Assassin's Creed Origins.
Ubisoft is also noting that HDR support will be coming to "all supported platforms".
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus sales down 50 percent from The New Order.
A general lack of polish and uneven story doesn't stop Assassin's Creed Origins from reaching greatness.
Ancient Egypt, Pharaohs, arena combat, civil unrest and much more teased in newest trailer.
There's a lot for you to tweak to your liking, here.
Hopefully before the One X itself launches.
Available to download now.
New Animus incoming.
It all starts with one.
The game will output at the highest resolution it can while also making sure to maintain a steady frame rate.
Well, this is rather disgusting...
Supernatural enemies, Horde mode and daily quests are coming to the open world title.
They are saying all the right things here...
Ancient Egypt sounds more enticing every day.
But it's unconfirmed whether the loot boxes can be bought using real money.
Contextualizing the game's rich setting and world.
Two bundles, with only the storage space being different across them.
Better optimization on Ubisoft's part, perhaps?
Director Ashraf Ismail also makes it clear that these won't just give enemies more health.
Side quests have multiple steps and span several areas in ancient Egypt.
Creative director Jean Guesdon talks about offering players more control over their experiences.
The next Assassin's Creed will require quite a bit of space.
"We've basically made the whole of Egypt."
Pyramids evaporating, sand flying, Egyptian cats and dogs living together - it's all end times.
It will be coming to the game in 2018.
The director of the game is confident that these issues will be ironed out ahead of the game's release.
Here's fifteen of the most crucial and exciting Assassin's Creed Origins details we have.
New details have emerged on the upcoming Ubisoft megaton release.
No relation to the Defense of the Ancients we assume.
Plus, apparently a new trailer is being promised for tomorrow.
If true, this could be a phenomenal win for Xbox One X owners.
Read the latest details on the upcoming Ubisoft megaton.
"It has been a pleasure working on Scorpio."
Pyramids, the city of Memphis, and more in all their Xbox One X enhanced glory.
A systemic open world that dynamically adjusts to the player.
We interview the game's lead director, Ashraf Ismail to know more about the upcoming open world RPG.
Ubisoft releases new details on the upcoming megaton.
The game continues to look beautiful.
"We're trying to push each console and platform."
And thankfully it has a ton of stuff to do according to Ubisoft.
Other enhancements like increased texture buffer for shadows also detailed.
Updates on both of Ubisoft's upcoming major releases.
Does it have the kind of fluidity you might expect from a game about assassins?
The origin of the characters prominent in the origins of the series' storyline.
A well equipped assassino is a happy assassino.
"This extra year really allowed us to take the time to deliver on that high quality."
The Crew 2, Just Dance 2018 and more will also be present.
"We did a deal with Microsoft on Assassin’s Creed: Origins, which is taking really good advantage of the power of the machine."
But more importantly, we also get an extended look at how the game plays.
Fingers crossed, assassin fans.
"Everything that is actually known we've mapped it out" says creative director.
"What it enables for us is we built a dynamic resolution system."
Concrete words by the game director.
"We have our lore, and it's a big part of the brand."
Interesting new details on dynamism, combat and more.
It sounds like this will be a dynamic, emergent, reactive game world.
Rebuilding good will and consumer faith.
"The experience of Assassin's Creed has been reinvented."
"A journey that leads to the birth of the Brotherhood."
A gorgeous game looks even better.
This game sounds better and better.
And it plays extremely well too.
"Magnificent, beautiful, and looks amazing in 4K."
Which is good, because optional content in Assassin's Creed games is usually... lacking in quality.
Who will take top honors this year?
A larger focus on RPG mechanics.
About freaking time.
Xbox One X's true 4K helps bring Egypt to life, says the game director.
Focus solely on single-player story.
"Enemies will not be kind to you."
Still no word on modern-day storyline though.
And then we got off-screen footage...
Find out how much work went into capturing Ancient Egypt.
The rumors were all true.
If that's native 4K, then that is amazing...
A very different assassin.
More is not always better.
And that's saying something.
Rumours are gathering momentum.
The game sounds more and more intriguing.
Also assassinating the crocodile is a thing.
First blurry look at protagonist revealed.
Naval combat in Ancient Egypt...?
So we're back to square one?
Not too long from now, then.
Could this screenshot be legitimate?
That would be pretty sweet- if the game itself is actually good.
The next Assassin's Creed will see changes in the way story is being told.
"It will be launched when ready.”
Also, Egypt confirmed seemingly.
Ubisoft won't commit to a 2017 release date for the new game.
That's some Kojima level of teasing, right there.
The more we hear, of it the better it sounds.
The rumors seem flimsy but we should find out concrete info soon enough.