On the tails of its pending release, Ubisoft continues to build hype and flesh out the world of Assassin’s Creed: Origins. The latest trailer, “Tales from the Tomb Compilation,” takes a unique approach though, as it’s more comical than the usual trailer put out for the games.
So far, we have seen plenty of trailers detailing the action surrounding the Assassins of ancient Egypt stabbing enemies and looking out from the top of pyramids. While “Tales from the Tomb” does its job detailing events as well, most of it is made up of hieroglyphics describing them in humorous ways.
It’s not an Assassin’s Creed trailer without the action laced throughout though, as it compiles many of the other elements show off in previous trailers into one. Crocodiles, shooting three arrows from a bow, a giant Anubias, all just a reminder that Assassin’s Creed: Origins has the possibility to be the most unique installment in the franchise yet.
Ubisoft also released another, more serious, trailer earlier this week as well, one which details where the brotherhood come from. “Birth of the Brotherhood” details just how the star of the new game, Bayek, paved the way for the order and future Assassins.
The trailer depicts that Bayek serves as a protector of Egypt, hoping to save his land as it edges the verge of collapse. Vowing to protect the true pharaoh of Egypt, the Assassin promises to bring down the evil ruining his lands.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins will be released by Ubisoft on October 27, 2017, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows. Currently, Amazon Prime members can save 20 percent when they pre-order as well.
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