E3 2017 - Assassin's Creed Origins Officially Announced, Gameplay Walkthrough

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Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Origins takes you to Egypt to continue to the series' saga.

The latest one happens to be a pretty big one, and a believable one, as the release date has been leaked via a Game Informer magazine.

The art appearing in the reported Game Informer photos is almost identical to that of the art featured on a reported Target reservation card that leaked for Origins yesterday.

Assassin's Creed Origins is finally revealed at the Microsoft E3 Conference that is under way and it looks as awesome as ever!

These most recent leaks confirm the protagonist as Bayek, who begins the game as a Madjay, a member of this civilization's police force. The game is slated to be released on 27 October on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game was said to be set in Egypt which is now confirmed by the new leak.

With E3 2017 just around the corner, we could soon see the demo of Assassin's Creed Origins on the Xbox Scorpio at the Microsoft press briefing ahead of Ubisoft's official game launch. And here's where we see a new wrinkle in the gameplay. The game is expected to be more wide-open and focused on exploration than previous "Assassin's Creed" games.

GameSpot describes Assassin's Creed Origins to be a true open-world RPG where you are free to roam as you like.

The game is optimized for Microsoft's new Xbox One X where it will support both HDR and 4K Ultra HD when played on the console.

Gameplay-wise, it sounds like Assassin's Creed Origins will offer plenty of room to explore.

According to the leak, you have a level cap of 40 for your character, and there are three different ability trees to unlock: Hunter, Seer, and Warrior.

The role-playing element involving your loo system is also excellent, as you can find items to use over the course of your journey - especially in the heat of combat with foes.

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