Assassin's Creed Origins Gets Detailed Season Pass And Free Content

Isaac Cain
October 11, 2017

Assassin's Creed Origins is out this month and today Ubisoft laid out its post-release content plans for the game.

The season pass is included in the Gold edition of the game, or about $40 separately.

Assassin's Creed Origins will be released soon for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

In January, Bayek's journey continues in The Hidden Ones expansion. Following that will be The Curse of the Pharaohs, in which "players will fight against undead Pharaohs and explore a new, mystical realm".

The season pass is headlined by The Curse of the Pharaohs in March 2018. Another is The Nomad's Bazaar where a wandering merchant will offer players a unique daily quest that they can complete to earn exotic loot. Both expansions will raise the level cap, and The Curse of the Pharaohs will add new abilities as well.

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Set many years after the events of Origins, Bayek travels to a distant land where there is a clash going on between occupying Roman forces and Rebel factions. In early 2018, you can test your combat skills even further with Horde Mode, which will pit you against waves of enemies in the Gladiator Arena.

An image has surfaced online detailing the "free activities" that the game will be receiving post-launch. Additionally season pass holders get the Calamity Blade and 500 Helix coins when Assassin's Creed Origins launches.

While Origins is all about the formation of the Assassin Order and the beginnings of their feud with the Templars, the two big DLC packs for the game are using its setting for more fantastical purposes. The title is also going to get 4K support on Xbox One X and is touted as the "most lovely version of the game".

Now that we've talked about the Season Pass, let's focus on the free content everyone will enjoy.

We're in the final countdown on our way toward Assassin's Creed Origins' October 27th release.

The Assassin's Creed franchise is not new to microtransactions by any means, in previous games there have been plenty of cosmetic items to purchase, with an occasional rare item that makes you extremely powerful (looking at you Assassin's Creed Unity).

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