Assassin’s Creed Origins is going to feature rideable camels. According to a post on NeoGaf, camels are going to be at least one of the rides in Origins. The player will also be able to use his bow while riding the camels and engage with enemy soldiers.
Wildlife seems to be a major part of Assassin’s Creed this time around. A number of different animals can also be seen and even horses might be rideable in the game. E3 is underway and Ubisoft will be revealing its game soon. Origins is releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Project Scorpio, and PC.
Project Scorpio lineup is looking better and better with each passing day. BioWare has announced a new IP for Project Scorpio and EA is working on a Madden NFL game for Microsoft’s console. However, EA isn’t the only one who is developing for this native 4K machine. According to the latest rumor straight out of E3, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Origins is going to run an native 4K and 30FPS on Scorpio.
Assassin’s Creed took a break in 2016 after the mediocre reviews and sales of 2015’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. The franchise was becoming stagnant, dull, and was on life support. Seeing this, Ubisoft took a couple of years off and now plan to release Assassin’s Creed sometime before Spring 2018.
Meanwhile, Project Scorpio is Microsoft’s next gaming machine and it has the ability to run games at native 4K. Combining these two means an amazing experience for the community.
An image from Assassin’s Creed Origins leaked online recently which made us believe that the game could be set in ancient Egypt’s 5th Dynasty. Pretty much every leak has pointed toward Egypt and us playing as a character named Bayek. Moreover, Assassin’s Creed Black Flag had a massive map, one of the biggest in Assassin’s Creed history. However, Assassin’s Creed Origins will feature a map that is three times bigger than Black Flag.
While it is safe to say that most of the leaks are legit thanks to GameInformer magazine info blowout, we should still take these details lightly for the time being.