Now that players are fighting ancient Egyptian gods with the latest expansion for the newly released Assassin's Creed Origins title, Ubisoft is already looking ahead at what's new for the latest game. The title itself is absolutely stunning as we've stated in our full review, and it looks like the team isn't slowing down at all with ways to keep players interested.
Ubisoft unveiled the Roman Centurion Pack DLC in a new video showing players what they can expect with the latest addition. Deck out the protagonist Bayek in superb Roman centurion gear fully equipped with a lion pelt, dual weapons, a shield, and a new mount. As detailed in the latest video, the ferocity of the latest hero is indeed matched by the latest cosmetic add-ons letting players fans of Origins outfit him in a slightly different way.
The Roman Centurion DLC pack is now available for Season Pass owners, or can be purchased separately for $6.99. Not quite sold yet on the latest installment in the Assassin's franchise? Check out more info about the newest (and oldest) tale below:
"Journey into Ancient Egypt, the most mysterious place in history, during a crucial period that will shape the world. Discover the secrets behind the Great Pyramids, forgotten myths, the last pharaohs, and – engraved in long-lost hieroglyphics – the origin story of the Assassin’s Brotherhood."
We ourselves couldn't get enough of Origins, here's just a small tid-bit of our review to get yourself amped for what's new, especially with the latest in-game event added to face off against Anubis himself:
"Assassin’s Creed Origins offers a truly stunning game experience that is unique, yet familiar at the same time. Origins is the comeback title that many veterans of this long-standing franchise have been begging for and we’ve finally got it. A thrilling story, immersive and dynamic environments, characters you truly can’t help but to admire and care for – Origins is it. It’s the game that Assassin’s Creed fans deserve as well as a truly charming experience for those gamers just coming in."