However, Discovery Tour by Assassin's Creed: Ancient Egypt will also be available independently from the game on PC for a small price. That being said, you do get some kind of unique reward for beating NG +, so it's probably worth a spin. This is a unique mode in the world of Assassin's Creed that lets the player roam around the ancient Egypt while getting information about numerous classic landmark locations.
Alongside the Discovery Tour comes the New Game Plus (NG+) mode that was mentioned some time ago. According to the announcement, there's really not much special about the New Game Plus mode, apart from some kind of special reward you can get by playing through it.
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However, with the Discovery Tour being added to Assassin's Creed Origins post-launch, it could be a matter of Ubisoft not wanting the game to be reevaluated by the ESRB, or wanting to avoid a headache from parents who would rather their kids take part in wanton violence in their games rather than see a boob or two.
You can not use this new outfit in the original Save Game.
Otherwise, the story is reset, as is your list of targets, quests, locations and papyri. Once a player has completed the story mode, they can opt to dive into it again in NG+ that will let them carry over their character progression from the first run. Then, just select it from the title screen.