Assassin’s Creed: Origins gets a lot done, it seems.
For one reason or another Ubisoft is dedicated to providing update after update to their recent games, and AC:O isn’t any different. The Curse of the Pharaohs releases soon after a huge update letting anyone freely travel the ancient Egypt without having to worry about nosy guards and unwelcome fights.
The trailer for the new DLC is pretty confusing, although compared to hallucinatory trips leading Bayek, the protagonist, to fights against images of gods and monsters themselves, overgrown scorpions and moving statues don’t seem all that weird.
The DLC will have Bayek travel through the tombs of kings in search of a particular artifact, which may be responsible for the bizarre sights shown in the video above. Interestingly, we will also be visiting the afterlives of the royals whose tombs have been robbed for some extra weirdness. You can read the full description here, on the game’s official website.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins – The Curse of the Pharaoh DLC launches on March 13th, by the way.