Ubisoft adding in High Quality Side Content to Assassin’s Creed: Origins

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As we all know last year the Assassin’s Creed franchise took a year off for the first time since the original game. We did a film last holiday to give some people their Assassin’s fix. But now this holiday we are getting a new title, that looks stunning in every way. Game Director Ashraf Ismail in a recent interview with GameRadar, talked about how hard the team worked to make the best possible Assassin’s Creed game.

He stated that “We’re about a thousand years before the first Assassin’s Creed. For sure, we play with that and we wanted not only to create a big world but also to make sure that the world is constantly fulfilling your needs, constantly rewarding your discovery. We want people that go off the beaten path to be rewarded by a discovery, a meaning, and so we fill the world with this kind of stuff.”

“We have a lot of surprises in there, a lot of it is optional content, we put a lot of effort into having really high quality optional content. The idea that ancient Egypt is mysterious, that it invokes this awe feeling, we wanted to feel that in the game.”

“So, we’ve gone overboard into making sure that there’s a lot of optional content that will constantly surprise the player, show quality, show a narrative value, show the meaning of why this is the place the Brotherhood came to be. We definitely play with that, I want people to be lost in this world and to be in awe with the majesty of ancient Egypt.”

“We’re about a thousand years before the first Assassin’s Creed. For sure, we play with that and we wanted not only to create a big world but also to make sure that the world is constantly fulfilling your needs, constantly rewarding your discovery. We want people that go off the beaten path to be rewarded by a discovery, a meaning, and so we fill the world with this kind of stuff.”

“We have a lot of surprises in there, a lot of it is optional content, we put a lot of effort into having really high quality optional content. The idea that ancient Egypt is mysterious, that it invokes this awe feeling, we wanted to feel that in the game.”

“So, we’ve gone overboard into making sure that there’s a lot of optional content that will constantly surprise the player, show quality, show a narrative value, show the meaning of why this is the place the Brotherhood came to be. We definitely play with that, I want people to be lost in this world and to be in awe with the majesty of ancient Egypt.”

Putting a lot of effort into side content is great as it was a complaint many have had with recent titles. Assassin’s Creed: Origins is shaping up to be something special. It launches on October 27th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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