Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs DLC Out Today

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This new story will occur 4 years after the events of the initial campaign, as Bayek arrives in Thebes to investigate a plague that is affecting the ancient city. Here Bayek will encounter undead pharaohs materializing in the streets and slaughtering civilians. For more on Assassin's Creed Origins, check out our previous coverage. The add-on sees protagonist Bayek travel to a whole new region where he's tasked with bringing down undead monstrosities. Once there, he discovers that dead Pharaohs have returned to haunt the living.

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To combat these new terrors, Bayek's level cap has been raised to 55, and seven new abilities can now be unlocked. These include buffs to abilities like Dash Boost and Overpower Fury or new archery abilities like the option to infect Predator Bow kills with Flesh Decay, pierce shields with Hunter Bows, or even gradually refilling your tools and arrows while in the afterlife with Favor of Osiris. So normally, the distributor has discharged a dispatch trailer prodding the different repulsions you'll experience.

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Professional killer's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs is the last DLC incorporated into the ebb and flow Season Pass.

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If the trailer is to be believed it looks like Curse of the Pharaohs will also involve at least one giant scorpion, a bird with a human head, and an object of importance that should be familiar to long-time AC fans. Are you looking forward to the new expansion?

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