'Assassin's Creed Origins': Ubisoft Reveals new Update on Game Storyline, Natural World, and Giant Snake

By Matthew King, | June 26, 2017

'Assassin's Creed Origins gets more details on game story, natural world, and on that giant snake. (YouTube)

'Assassin's Creed Origins gets more details on game story, natural world, and on that giant snake. (YouTube)

"Assassin's Creed Origins" release date in October is fast approaching and hype train has already left the station following its big reveal at E3. But then, Ubisoft continues to fuel fans' excitement around the next AC title with additional update on the game's storyline, its natural new world, and that giant snake in the E3 trailer. 

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In his latest interview with Eurogamer, creative director of "Assassin's Creed Origins", Ashraf Ismail, has dished additional slew of information on what fans can expect from the latest entry to the franchise. Ismail has hinted that the storyline will revolve around Brotherhood, saying that it is connected with the lore and tells about the back story of the Brotherhood that was first introduced in the first AC game. 

"How did this all come to be, and what journey did our hero Bayek go on to form the Brotherhood," he said. We kept the viewpoints even though they don't do what they used to. And yes we do tell the tale of the cut finger."

Fans believe that "Assassin's Creed Origins" will highlight main protagonist Bayek's story that will transport players to a beginning of era and that he is the first assassin who built the Creed. Ismail did not comment on the campaign, however, and perhaps, he is not allowed to talk about it. 

Moreover, the game director was also asked about that giant snake that was teased in the E3 trailer for "Assassin's Creed Origins". Ismail cited that players have been asking if the game will have an element of fantasy but what he can only say at this point is that Ubisoft wants to explore the mysticism, religion, and those animal-headed gods.

He went on to say that it was a tenable, realistic imagination, from a usual view and what one would expect about Ancient Egypt. Asked if it was a dream sequence, Ismail avoided the question and only said that once fans play the game, they will get it and understand why it's there.  

"Assassin's Creed Origins" is slated for official release on October 27 on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms. Below is the E3 2017 trailer in 4K resolution.

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