Cruise Egypt in Assassin’s Creed Origins Like You Would in GTA V

Ubisoft has finally found a way to appreciate those developers who worked on Assassin’s Creed Origins and the tons of hours they put in to research the Egyptian history to bring authenticity to the levels.

Named as the Discovery Tour, the Origins game now has a tour mode which is organized and designed by famous explorers in the world. The tour completely removes enemies from the map, there are no restricted places and you can literally do anything from climbing the pyramid to swimming through the Great Seas.

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Some iconic locations that players could explore are the Faiyum Oasis, Giza Plateau, Memphis, Alexandria among many others. You don’t have any set time limit or story to follow. Just cruise Egypt on your horse like you would in Grand Theft Auto V.

The Discovery Tour in Assassin’s Creed Origins also include facts and stories of how processes like mummification is done. An interesting addition sponsored by London’s National Museum of Antiquities.

The free mode is coming to the game in 2018 after the initial launch which is set for October 27th on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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