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Assassin's Creed: Origins is the tenth main installment in the Assassin's Creed series developed by Ubisoft. The game was released worldwide on 27 October 2017 for Playstation 4, Xbox One and Windows.

Serving as a soft reboot of the series, the game explores the origins of the Assassin Brotherhood as the Hidden Ones and their conflict with the Templar Order, previously known as the Order of the Ancients. Players take on the role of a new modern-day character, Abstergo Industries employee Layla Hassan, who has created her own Animus which she uses to view the story of the Hidden Ones' co-founders, the Medjay Bayek of Siwa and his wife Aya. The narrative takes place in Egypt during the final years of the Ptolemaic dynasty and follows Bayek and Aya's quest for revenge against the Order following a personal tragedy.

Assassin's Creed: Origins brings many changes to the franchise's gameplay formula, being more akin to an action role-playing game than an action-adventure game like previous installments. Some of the new additions include an improved leveling and gear system, a new "hitbox-based" combat system, and Bayek's pet eagle Senu, who can be used for reconnaissance and replaces Eagle Vision.


Location and navigation

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Assassin's Creed: Origins full map

Origins' map encompasses Lower Egypt and eastern Libya, which can be explored seamlessly without encountering loading screens, and has been described to be "the size of Black Flag's Caribbean, but on the ground".[2] Players are able to visit major cities such as Giza, Memphis, Cyrene and Alexandria, as well as various smaller villages and settlements in Faiyum and the Nile Delta.[3]

Unlike previous Assassin's Creed games, Origins has no mini-map, instead employing an Elder Scrolls-esque compass bar that points the player in the direction of quests and objects of interest.[4] Senu, Bayek's eagle companion, functions as the game's "Eagle Vision", being used to detect and mark enemies. The aerial perspective she brings also allows players to locate treasure chests, crafting resources and hidden passages. As well as this, Senu can be upgraded to distract or attack enemies.[5] Using Senu does not defog parts of the map, this requires the player themselves to step into the fogged area of the map to defog it. Interiors are accessible, and the Library of Alexandria is available for exploration.[6] A variation of the Eagle Vision from the previous games, known as "Animus Pulse", also exists but it is much weaker, only highlighting objects.

As a result of Senu's introduction, viewpoints are no longer primarily used to reveal information about an area and its surroundings. Instead, they serve as a way to increase the eagle's detection capacity.[5] Synchronizing a viewpoint also allows the player to fast travel to it, a mechanic that has carried over from previous games.[4]

Underwater environments return from Black Flag, with players now being able to dive in any sufficiently deep body of water to explore wrecks and underwater ruins in search of loot. Since hostile animals such as crocodiles and hippos inhabit these waters, an underwater melee combat system was also created. In terms of transportation, Bayek can use feluccas to traverse the water, and horses, camels and chariots to travel on land.[4][7]

In addition, there are 20 tombs to explore; some of these are based on real-life locations, while others are fictional. The tombs contain traps and some light puzzles, but they are, at their core, more about exploration and uncovering treasure.[2] To navigate these darker spaces, Bayek can light torches and even set things on fire.[8]

RPG elements

Much like Syndicate, Origins features a progression system where completing certain actions earns the player experience. Leveling up not only makes Bayek stronger, it also grants ability points that can be spent to unlock skills from the game's skill tree. There are three main branches in this tree: "Master Warrior", which focuses on melee combat; "Master Hunter", which focuses on ranged combat and stealth; and "Master Seer", which focuses on tools and manipulating the environment.[3]

In addition to skills, there is a full crafting system, based on materials gathered through hunting, which can be used to improve Bayek's equipment, such as the Hidden Blade. This is necessary when assassinating higher level enemies, which will not die from one blow if the Hidden Blade has not been sufficiently upgraded.[3]

Origins also moves away from the mission structure of previous entries in the franchise, instead utilizing quests that the player has to pick up in the open world and can then pursue at their leisure without desynchronizing.[4]

Desert Overheat is another RPG element being introduced with Origins. Essentially players can develop heatstroke due to being in the desert for too long. The system introduces varying effects depending on the severity of Desert Overheat.[9]


The combat system was completely overhauled for Origins, now utilizing a hitbox system. As a result, positioning, as well as the size and the speed of the equipped weapon, determine whether or not an attack hits. In addition, while a heavier weapon like a mace might deal a lot of damage per strike, it can leave the player open to more counter-attacks than if they were using a light sword. Players can also use Bayek's shield to block enemy attacks or bash opponents to create an opening.[3]

In addition to a revised combat system, there is a new Adrenaline Gauge that builds up energy during combat, giving the player the ability to either unleash devastating finishing moves on their enemy or make Bayek enter a frenzy, during which he is temporarily faster, stronger and more resistant to damage.[4]

Origins features a variety of weapons, including swords, bows, heavy weapons, long weapons, bombs, and shields. In total, there are over 150 weapons in the game, ranging in rarity from "common" to "legendary", that all have pros and cons within Origins's new combat system. Some weapons also have specific attributes, such as a larger chance to deal critical damage or bleed properties.[3] Unarmed melee combat also makes a return from Assassin's Creed: Syndicate.

The game also includes boss fights against "formidable warriors and strange creatures".[4]


Some features that had been frequently requested by the fanbase were introduced into the game: players are able to toggle Bayek's hood on and off in the menu screen and multiple save files are making their return after having been absent in Assassin's Creed: Unity and Syndicate.[10] Players can also fast forward to a particular time of day;[11] tackling missions at night, for example, means some of the guards will be asleep, allowing Bayek to sneak through without attracting much attention.[4]

Origins is primarily a single-player experience, but the game included some online features to enhance that experience.[12] For example, at times the player can find the corpse of another player and take on a quest to exact revenge.



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Egypt as it appears in the game

The player takes on the role of a Medjay named Bayek and his wife Aya, as they work to protect the people of the Ptolemaic Kingdom during a time of widespread upheaval: the Pharaoh, Ptolemy XIII, struggles to maintain his rule whilst harboring ambitions of expanding his kingdom; his sister, the recently deposed Queen Cleopatra, begins marshalling loyalist forces to launch a counter-coup against Ptolemy; and frequent incursions into the Kingdom by the Roman Republic under the command of Julius Caesar lead to fears of an imminent invasion.

Bayek's role as a Medjay brings him and Aya into contact with the secretive forces manipulating these events and eventually leads to them founding the Hidden Ones, the first incarnation of the Assassin Brotherhood.


In the present day, Layla Hassan, a researcher at Abstergo Entertainment's Historical Research Division, is tasked along with her friend and co-worker Deanna Geary with finding and retrieving an artifact in Egypt. However, she instead finds a tomb containing the mummies of ancient Bayek and Aya. Hoping to find any relevant information that would secure her a position in the company's Animus Project, Layla decides to relive both Bayek and Aya's genetic memories using her modified Animus without telling her superiors, despite Deanna's protests.

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The Order of the Ancients interrogate Bayek about the Siwa Vault

In 49 BCE, Bayek, a respected Medjay in charge of protecting the Siwa Oasis, is abducted along with his son Khemu by a group of five masked men to an underground vault in the Temple of Amun. The masked men give Bayek a golden orb and demand that he use it to open the vault, despite the Medjay's claims that he has no knowledge about the vault. Khemu helps Bayek escape, but during the struggle to kill one of the masked men, Bayek inadvertently stabs Khemu in the chest, killing him.

One year later, in 48 BCE, Bayek has exiled himself from Siwa in order to track down the five masked men to take his revenge. He finds the first one, Rudjek, "The Heron", and kills him inside the Bent Pyramid in Giza. Bayek then returns to Siwa, where he survives an ambush by Rudjek's bodyguard Hypatos and is reunited with his friend Hepzefa. He informs Bayek that his next target, the local priest Medunamun, "The Ibis", has been torturing Siwans for information to open the same vault underneath the Temple of Amun. Bayek assassinates Medunamun and leaves Siwa, heading to Alexandria to find Aya, who has been tracking the remaining masked men.

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Bayek and Aya try out the Hidden Blade once wielded by Darius

In the Egyptian capital, Bayek locates Aya's hideout with the help of her cousin, the poet Phanos the Younger, and is reunited with his wife. Aya informs Bayek that she has already killed "The Vulture" and "The Ram", leaving only one target to eliminate, "The Snake". She also reveals that she has been working with Apollodorus and Cleopatra to uncover "The Snake"'s identity, and presents Bayek with the very first Hidden Blade, given to her by Cleopatra. Bayek discovers that "The Snake" is Eudoros, the royal scribe, and tracks him to a bathhouse, killing him with the Hidden Blade, though he accidentally cuts off his own left ring finger in the process.

After being warned by Eudoros that "The Snake" is immortal, Bayek begins to doubt that all of the masked men are dead and decides to meet with Apollodorus and Cleopatra for answers. During a meeting at Apollodorus' estate, Cleopatra informs Bayek and Aya that she was ousted from the throne by the masked men, who call themselves the Order of the Ancients and seek to control all of Egypt by using Ptolemy as their puppet. She also reveals that "The Snake" is another name for the Order and that Eudoros, who was actually known as the "The Hippo", is not the last of the masked men. Given four new targets by Cleopatra – "The Scarab", "The Hyena", "The Lizard", and "The Crocodile" – Bayek sets out to hunt them down while Aya convinces Pompey the Great to ally with Cleopatra.

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Bayek assassinates Taharqa

In the village of Sais, Bayek learns from one of Apollodorus' contacts that an old man, Ghupa, went missing while investigating "The Scarab". Bayek rescues Ghupa, who had his tongue cut off, and returns him to his family whereupon he learns that "The Scarab" is located in Letopolis. There, Bayek meets Ghupa's son-in-law, Taharqa, who is overseeing renovations to the ancient city. After working together to fight off bandits, Taharqa invites Bayek to have dinner with his family, only to poison his drink, which makes the Medjay realize Taharqa is "The Scarab". Left for dead in the desert, Bayek manages to escape and kill Taharqa, much to the anger of his wife and young son. Nevertheless, the Medjay resolves to continue his hunt of the Order.

Near the Great Pyramid, Bayek meets the merchant Mered, who offers to provide information on "The Hyena" in exchange for Bayek retrieving his horse. After the Medjay does so, Mered gives him the name of "The Hyena", Khaliset, and the location of her hideout. Investigating the hideout, Bayek learns that Khaliset has abandoned the Order and has been abducting people for her experiments with silica, which she hopes to use to resurrect her daughter. Despite empathizing with Khaliset's loss, Bayek kills her to put an end to the abductions.

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Cleopatra orders Bayek and Aya to eliminate Hetepi

Travelling to Memphis, Bayek find the city affected by a mysterious curse. Upon some investigation, he deduces this to be the work of "The Lizard", who hopes to sabotage the upcoming Festival of Apis and turn the population of Memphis against Cleopatra when she will be visiting the city for the festival. With the help of Aya and the High Priest Pasherenptah, Bayek discovers "The Lizard" to be Hetepi, one of the local priests, and assassinates him. Afterwards, Bayek and Aya part ways once again as the latter continues to serve Cleopatra.

To track down "The Crocodile", Bayek seeks out Hotephres, who has acquired a ledger containing information on "The Crocodile" which he left with his family. Bayek meets Hotephres' wife Khenut and young daughter Shadya, but while attempting to retrieve the ledger, he learns it was taken by Shadya. Bayek is too late to save Shadya from "The Crocodile"'s men and vows revenge. Learning that some of the men in "The Crocodile"'s employ are gladiators from the Krokodilopolis Arena, Bayek infiltrates the arena, fighting alongside his friend Kensa to rise in the ranks. He eventually uncovers the identity of "The Crocodile", Berenike, and assassinates her, avenging Shadya.

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Layla vows revenge against Abstergo

Back in the present, Layla and Deanna are attacked by Abstergo's paramilitary task force Sigma Team for failing to check in with the company. Layla is able to kill her attackers, but Deanna is captured and presumably executed. Swearing revenge, Layla returns to the Animus, determined to complete her mission.

Bayek receives a letter from Aya explaining that there are two more masked men, "The Scorpion" and "The Jackal", who are members of Ptolemy's royal guard. Bayek finds out that Lucius Septimius is "The Jackal" and prevents him from assassinating Cleopatra, but is too late to save Pompey. With no other options, Cleopatra has Bayek and Aya help sneak her into the palace in order to meet Julius Caesar and earn his support. The plan is successful and Cleopatra secures an alliance with Caesar, but in retaliation Ptolemy has his army besiege Alexandria. Bayek helps Caesar to escape and later kills Pothinus, "The Scorpion", but is stopped from killing Septimius by Caesar. Meanwhile, Aya is tasked to eliminate Ptolemy and watches as the pharaoh is eaten by crocodiles while trying to flee across the Nile.

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The formation of Bayek's new brotherhood

After the end of the civil war, Cleopatra ascends the throne of Egypt and cuts ties with Bayek and Aya, who deduce that the Order is now influencing both Cleopatra and Caesar. Regretting his mistake in supporting Cleopatra, Bayek gathers all of his allies and decides to form a brotherhood to counter the Order and defend the free will of the common people. Bayek and Aya then recall the great interest the Order showed in the tomb of Alexander the Great and decide to investigate. They find a mortally wounded Apollodorus who warns them that Caesar's lieutenant Flavius Metellus is "The Lion", the head of the Order, and the one responsible for Khemu's death.

With Flavius and Septimus having taken the orb and Alexander's personal staff, Bayek and Aya follow them to Siwa, where the two Order members have used the artifacts to open the vault, which contains a map with the locations of more Pieces of Eden. Bayek and Aya also discover that Flavius and Septimus have killed Hepzefa and decide to split up to stop the two Order members. Bayek travels to Cyrene to confront Flavius, who has used the now-activated Apple of Eden to enthrall the local population. Bayek kills Flavius, finally avenging Khemu's death, and returns to Alexandria with the Apple.

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Bayek and Aya forfeit their marriage, for the sake of their new brotherhood

Bayek finds that Aya has recruited Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus to their cause and is planning to accompany them to Rome to fight the Order's influence there. Sundered by their paths of blood and shadow and hollowed by the death of their child, Bayek and Aya finally to part ways for good, but cement the foundation of the Hidden Ones when they both swear to defend the world from the shadows. As Bayek leaves, he discards his eagle's skull charm, his last memento of Khemu. Aya picks it up and notices the impression it leaves in the sand—the icon of their new Brotherhood.

In the present, Layla wakes up to find William Miles, the Mentor of the Assassin Brotherhood, watching over her. He invites Layla to join the Assassins for her own protection and, though hesitant, she accepts to accompany William to Alexandria. While the two wait for a helicopter to come pick them up, Layla returns to the Animus to finish reliving Bayek and Aya's memories.

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Aya assassinates Caesar

On 15 March 44 BCE, Aya confronts and kills Septimius in Rome, with her target revealing that Alexander's staff has been given to his fellow Order members before passing away. Aya then infiltrates the Theatre of Pompey and assassinates Caesar with the aid of members of the Roman Senate. Later, she meets with Cleopatra and warns her to be a fair ruler for the people of Egypt or she will return to kill her.

In 43 BCE, Aya writes Bayek a letter discussing the establishment of a new brotherhood in Rome and the importance of their Creed, which will outlive any of them. She also reveals that she has decided to to remove herself from her past in order to serve the brotherhood and adopts a new name, "Amunet". Back in Egypt, Bayek continues to build up the Hidden Ones by recruiting new apprentices, including his friend Tahira, who cuts off her ring finger to prove her devotion to the cause. When the Hidden Ones later rescue a group of child slaves, one of them is too afraid to return home alone, so Bayek offers to accompany him. As Bayek receives and reads Amunet's letter, he hears Khemu's voice telling him to "jump".


Work on the game had commenced by 2015, prior to the release of Assassin's Creed: Syndicate.[13] Ubisoft Montreal is the lead development studio on Origins, with the team comprising many of the people that previously worked on Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Ubisoft Sofia, Ubisoft Singapore, Ubisoft Shanghai, Ubisoft Chengdu, Ubisoft Bucharest, Ubisoft Kiev, and the Sperasoft studio are also collaborating on the development of the game.[3]

Due to the setting being further back in time than previous entries in the franchise, history books did not always suffice as reference. To compensate, Maxime Durand worked closely with various historians and Egyptian experts to fill in the blanks where needed. In some cases, the lack of reference meant the Art team had to create the look and overall feel of what Ancient Egypt would have been like at the time.[3]

A new Artificial Intelligence framework was also created from the ground up, since the developers wanted the non-player characters, both human and animal, to have their own agenda and activities. Full day cycles were created to make the world feel dynamic and alive.[3]

To refine how the game displayed colors, the team designed a new color-grading feature to help them create specific and unique color ambiances. They also used satellite images of Egypt to fine-tune the colors for the ground and the vegetation and make them as realistic as possible.[3]

Another visual aspect that received a lot of attention was lighting; the developers studied technical documentation from NASA to better understand how airborne particles impact lighting. Similarly, they looked at the ways in which different sediments refract light to realistically depict different types of water, which can communicate to the player what kinds of wildlife they might encounter in it.[3]

In June 2022, the game was patched to support 60fps on consoles. Particularly more optimized for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.[14]


Assassin's Creed: Origins released globally on 27 October 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.[15] It was released onto Google Stadia on 15 December 2020.[16]

An additional singleplayer mission, "Secrets of the First Pyramids", was originally available via pre-ordering the game and was then released through Ubisoft Club, too. The Deluxe Pack, included in the Deluxe Edition of game, gave access to the "Ambush At Sea" mission, 3 bonus ability points and the Desert Cobra Pack.

Legacy outfits, outfits worn by previous Assassin protagonists, are also available for use in the game.[6]

Ubisoft also announced a Season Pass, which included the Calamity Blade weapon and the following content:[17]

Originally it was advertised to come with all major equipment sets but was later restricted to just the above two with all others requiring separate extra payments.

More single-player DLC that has been added post-launch includes:

  • The Hidden Ones, released on 23 January 2018; features Bayek and his fellow Hidden Ones traveling to a new region, the Sinai Peninsula, occupied by a Roman force, several years after the events of Origins.
  • The Curse of the Pharaohs, released on 13 March 2018; features Bayek going on a quest in the Valley of the Kings against mythological creatures and undead pharaohs.

In addition to the post-launch DLC, Ubisoft also announced the following content and activities that were made available to all players:[17]

  • Trial of the Gods, which allow Bayek to face against Egyptian gods in boss battles during special timed events, and receive valuable rewards for victory.
  • The Nomad's Bazaar, which sees Reda, a wandering merchant who would provide daily quests for Bayek to complete to earn exotic mystery rewards.
  • Photo Mode, which allows players to capture images and share it with the community directly from the game.
  • Horde Mode, where players can fight endless waves of enemies in the Gladiator Arena.
  • Discovery Tour, released on 20 February 2018, which removed all combat and allowed players to go on a guided and educational tour on Egypt and its history.


In June 2017 at E3, Ubisoft debuted the gameplay trailer for Origins.[18] A cinematic trailer followed a few months later featuring the song "You Want It Darker" by Leonard Cohen.[19] In October, Ubisoft in partnership with Biborg released an Origins-themed augmented reality filter for Facebook.[20] An official Xbox cinematic trailer was release titled "From Sand".[21] On 25 October, a launch trailer was released featuring gameplay.[22]


Ubisoft announced several editions of Assassin's Creed: Origins.

ACO Deluxe Edition
  • A retail copy of Assassin's Creed: Origins.
  • The Deluxe Pack.

ACO Gold Edition
  • A retail copy of Assassin's Creed: Origins.
  • The Deluxe Pack.
  • The Season Pass.

ACO Gods Edition
  • A retail copy of Assassin's Creed: Origins.
  • A 26cm Bayek on Sekhmet Goddess statue.
  • A collector's box.
  • A copy of the official artbook.
  • A copy of the world map.
  • A copy of the official soundtrack.
  • The Deluxe Pack.
  • Access to Secrets of the First Pyramids mission.

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  • A retail copy of Assassin's Creed: Origins.
  • A 39cm Bayek & Senu statue.
  • A Bayek eagle skull amulet.
  • A collector's box.
  • A Steelbook case.
  • A copy of the official artbook.
  • A copy of the world map.
  • A copy of the official soundtrack.
  • A two original art cards.
  • The Deluxe Pack.
  • The Season Pass.

ACO Dawn of the Creed Legendary Edition
  • A retail copy of Assassin's Creed: Origins.
  • A 73cm Bayek & Senu statue.
  • A Bayek eagle skull amulet.
  • A collector's box.
  • The Collector’s certificate of authenticity, Numbered 1 to 999.
  • A Steelbook case.
  • A copy of the official artbook.
  • A copy of the world map.
  • A copy of the official soundtrack.
  • A two original art cards.
  • A four large lithographs.
  • The Deluxe Pack.
  • The Season Pass.



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