Review Assassins Creed Origins

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  1. High Plains Drifter

    High Plains Drifter The Drifter

    Feb 18, 2017
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    I just bought the Gold Edition Steel Book a few days ago. I haven't played it yet, cause I'm trying to finish up getting all 4 endings on Fallout 4. Before anyone lays into for buying a game for 109 bucks. I did upload the season pass code on my system to get the goods to dl already. I was going to buy the basic or just deluxe and buy the pass later down the road. My store have Deluxe sold out, basic in stock, or the DL card of basic, deluxe, or gold. I did not want to spend 60, 70, or 100 dollars on a dl game since I want to save my 50gb for a free game later down the road. On my games when I buy them I like having the disc, to keep my tb system free from a lot of clutter, or just free Xbox Gold games. I do not have the new versions of X-1 I have a Fallout edition system I bought on Fallout 4 launch day. Back to my tale I went to another store about 12 or 14 miles out from Wallyworld. They had basic, and steelbook, and all those nice DL cards. Before I bought I did look up the pros/cons on all the extras, debating on this game a lot. I even was going to hold out and wait till Black Friday, but I didn't want to fight the crowds, or waste the gas. I had the cash, and went with steel, I knew this game would be worth it in the long run. I watched some play time on YT, read reviews, and it looks like it will be a good buy in the long run. I don't care about extra horses, weapons, I just like for the cost of all the addon on it saves money is all. I'll let you guys know how it handles the older X1 system. When you buy it's your money, spend it how you like. You can go all out or buy basic, the decision is yours.

    Let me break down the cost
    AC Gold Steel Book is 109 dollars
    AC Gold in DL card is 100 dollars
    AC Origins is 60 dollars
    AC Deluxe is 70 dollars
    AC Season Pass is 40 dollars

    So Steelbook comes with
    Nice Artwork
    AC Origin Deluxe 70 bucks
    AC Season Pass 40 bucks
    Desert Cobra Pack (Deluxe)
    Ambush at Sea Mission (Deluxe)
    Calamity Sword (Season Pass)
    Roman Centurion (Free or pay 7 dollars)
    Horus Pack
    Secrets of the First Pyramids
    Deluxe is another add-on if you bought basic game (10 dollars)
    2 Weapons, Horse, etc.
    More add-ons

    Future DLC's with Season Pass
    Hidden Ones
    Curse of the Pharaohs

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  2. TheSowIsMine

    TheSowIsMine What an excellent day for an exorcism
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  3. Doctor Omega

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    No New “Assassin’s Creed” Game This Year?


    Ubisoft’s “Assassin’s Creed” franchise could be permanently ditching its annual release model with Kotaku news editor Jason Schreier (via Games Radar) reporting that the franchise is likely to sit out offering a new entry this year.

    In an earnings call yesterday, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot suggested that Ubisoft won’t be concentrating on a new title – instead, the focus will be on downloadable content for last year’s “Assassin’s Creed: Origins”. He says: “We are concentrating on [sic] the moment on AC: Origins for which we are going to launch a few other DLCs. You will be amazed by what will come on ACO, so that’s the only thing we can say now.”

    Ubisoft adopted the “Call of Duty” annual release model for the series for several years, but the bug-plagued 2014 entry “Assassin’s Creed: Unity” left a sour taste in many gamers mouths and they took it out on the next game in the cycle “Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate” with weak sales.

    That resulted in the company sitting out 2016 and retooling the franchise a bit with ‘Origins’ which arrived late last year to strong reviews thanks to that extra year of development time. Now they’re likely sitting it out again for 2018 with a new entry to come in 2019. What the setting could be – feudal Japan, the Dark Ages, the Viking invasions, the Spanish conquest of South America, the Russian Revolution, etc. – is unknown.

    Along with the DLC, a current generation console remaster of “Assassin’s Creed Rogue” is coming next month so fans of the series will have plenty to keep them occupied. Ubisoft is also busy with the release of “Far Cry 5” on March 27th.

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