Assassin's Creed Origins The Curse of the Pharaohs DLC has a launch trailer
In this new expansion players will follow a storyline set four years after the events of Assassin's Creed Origins. Players again assume the role of Bayek, who has embarked on a journey to the ancient city of Thebes to investigate a curse plaguing the region.
Said relic brings Pharaohs back from the grave. Yep.
Undead Pharaohs will be appearing randomly on the streets of Thebes to slaughter the innocents.
Sometimes, threats from the afterlife spill out into the living world, and the Shadows of the Pharaohs are the first and most threatening example you'll encounter. Besides the pharaohs, Beyek always has a chance to come across the Anubis-like guards roaming the land. Along the way, he'll battle a variety of mythological beasts and famous Egyptian pharaohs, including Nefertiti and giant scorpions.
The expansion's launch trailer's worth a watch if you want to get hyped for the imminent release, complete with sinister music and a brief look at the big baddies that you'll be going up against. Check it out here.
With a level cap boosted to 55, Bayek also has new crafting levels - with appropriate resources at his disposable - and new abilities. Some of these are buffs to other abilities, like Dash Boost, which rewards flawless dodges with a damage boost.
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