Assassin's Creed Origins' Second DLC Is Launching Tomorrow

The Curse of the Pharaohs Expansion

Assassin's Creed Origins' Second DLC Is Launching Tomorrow

Professional killer's Creed Origins" second development will be accessible tomorrow after a short postponement, and to correspond with the up and coming "The Curse of the Pharaohs' DLC, Ubisoft has discharged another dispatch trailer.

Due for release tomorrow, Curse of the Pharaohs jumps Bayek's story four years into the future, as our hero travels to Thebes in pursuit of a mysterious relic. Non-Season Pass holders will still be able to purchase the DLC separately. New enemies include anubis warriors and giant scorpions.

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The player level cap has been raised to 55. Then you'll have to face them in the underworld, where they become even stronger. Finally, Favor of Osiris rewards you for spending time in the afterlife by gradually refilling Bayek's tools and arrows while he's there.

[Update] A launch trailer has also been released, you can find it below.

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Assassin's Creed Origins takes place in Ancient Egypt, a land of majesty and intrigue, but one which is disappearing in a ruthless fight for power.

Following a slight delay, the second and final DLC expansion for Assassin's Creed Origins is almost here. Furthermore, new Egyptian mythology-themed content and inventory will be available to players, as they work to rid Thebes of the ancient threat that affects them.

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