Assassin's Creed Origins DLC Release Dates

The story line expansions of AC:O are going to be accessible soon.

Assassin's Creed: Origins DLC pack release dates were announced by Ubisoft, offering three vastly different expansions to the story line.

In fact, Ubisoft accidentally released "The Hidden Ones" a week too early on Xbox One, when it is really due January 23rd. Luckily, those who had downloaded the game were left off the hook and are still able to access the game, in order to spare complications. "The Hidden Ones" is a story-driven expansion to take place in Sinai under Roman occupation, four years after the original story, with new objectives and items, such as weapons which you can still keep in the central game. It is sold separately $10 unless inclusive with the season pass.

"The Discovery Tour" expansion is to be released February 20th to Steam and Uplay, and will also be available separately for educators and others for $20. The expansion is said to offer a vibrant glimpse of Ancient Egypt in a violence-free mode, through the medium of a live museum presented and organized by genuine historians and experts.

Finally, "The Curse of the Pharaohs," an entirely different story line, will be available March 6th for $20. It offers players a fascinating theme of Egyptian mythology, including undead pharaohs and ancient monsters. It also provides new skills to Bayek and unlocks various items, and the objective is to explore the cause of the curse that resurrected the dead. 

Ubisoft will also be providing tons of free content to the game, such as the quest "Incoming Threat," which foreshadows the first expansion.

Stick with GameSkinny for more news and information on Assassin's Creed: Origins as it develops.


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Published Jan. 26th 2018

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