Assassin’s Creed Origins Gameplay Shows How It Will be When You Have Achieved ‘High Level’

Assassin’s Creed Origins is on the way and with it comes a ton of new reveals and gameplay footage. We already knew that the game will feature some new mechanics giving it a more RPG feeling and know we can see how our character will be when you reach the final stages of your gameplay.

Earlier today IGN released a 10 minute gameplay video of what the game will be like when you reach the higher levels with your assasin. Ashraf Ismail, director of the game gets us through an end game area where he tries to take on the enemies while underleveled to show fans the way the game is different from the previous ones on the franchise.

Seeing the way the combat with the endgame enemies progresses dare we say it reminds us a bit of For Honor when you try to take them face on. Ubisoft also provided more information about the game and how it will look when played on Xbox One X:

Assassin’s Creed Origins will be visually stunning and fun on all platforms, but thanks to the power of the Scorpio engine, the Xbox One X will let our players experience the most beautiful version of our game with all the stunning details, beautiful landscapes and incredible cities of Ancient Egypt,
rendered in both 4K and 1080p.

The powerful Scorpio Engine of the Xbox One X allows our game engine to really express itself and render the game with improved shadows quality, greater draw distances and more detailed textures to really highlight the magnificence of Ancient Egypt. And all this in HDR too!

Let’s not forget that Assassin’s Creed Origins will be one of the biggest in the franchise, with an overwall map surpassing any other.

Assassins Creed Origins will be available on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One on October 27th and will be basen on the era of Cleopatra in ancient Egypt.

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