Assassin's Creed Origins gets conflict-free exploration mode and New Game + tomorrow

Cesar Mills
February 22, 2018

Assassin's Creed Origins was given an M rating by the ESRB, so it's well within its rights to display nudity without running afoul of censors looking to slap a higher age rating on it. We are talking about the Discovery Tour and the New Game + mode. It seems Ubisoft wants to go give that route a shot with the release of the Discovery Tour, a free expansion to "Assassin's Creed: Origins" that enables players to just explore and immerse themselves in Ancient Egypt while learning more about the history and culture of the land. Check it out, below. Yesterday, Ubisoft published The Discovery Tour launch trailer letting us know what the mode will offer.

To make the ancient Egypt as realistic as possible, Ubisoft did a lot of research on the history to get it as accurate as possible and the discovery tour now makes it possible for others to get all the information directly from the game.

Once you beat the main story, you can create a NG+ save and keep all of your existing progression, including things like weapons and outfits, along with abilities, XP, inventory items such as crafting materials and tools, and of course your character level.

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When Ubisoft rolled out the patch, the developer promised players who manage to finish the game on new game plus that a unique reward awaits.

Update 1.3 will also include your regular laundry list of tweaks and bug fixes. There's also varying amounts of DLC for pretty much everything I've mentioned so far, so you can always add to games you've previously enjoyed.

The next big Assassin's Creed Origins update is set to deploy on PlayStation 4 tomorrow, the 20th February. It will be approximately a 5.5 GB download on consoles and 2.6 GB on PC.

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