Assassin's Creed Origins: Gamescom 2017 Trailer Portrays Cleopatra And Julius Caesar


Yesterday, during Xbox's Gamescom conference, Ubisoft revealed the cinematic trailer for Assassin's Creed Origins, bringing us a lot of the usual awesome stuff that has always made the franchise trailers great. As the game's main character kills the visiting personage, his avian companion deftly tackles a cobra lurking in the sands.

While the newest trailer is purely cinematic, it offers an insightful look into the unsafe world of Origins. Assassin's Creed Origins comes to us courtesy of Ubisoft.

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Early signs regarding Origins have been rather positive, too. And now, this Assassin's Creed: Origins Gamescom trailer has offered the best preview yet of the Egyptians/Assassins blend.

For more Assassin's Creed Origins, we've got a post detailing everything you need to know. And nothing that the musical accompaniment of the selected song by Leonard Cohen (Leonard Cohen) "You Want It Darker" 2016-th year. The aim of the trailer, however, is to set the mood for a darker game, and we are in. The video was basically a rundown of the historical figures that players can expect to either run into or would play an important part in the game. It might resemble one of the more brutal chapters in the ongoing story, but without the Egyptian element, there isn't much new here.