The expansion's launch trailer's worth a watch if you want to get hyped for the imminent release, complete with sinister music and a brief look at the big baddies that you'll be going up against.
Set four years after the events of Assassin's Creed Origins, you'll continue to play as the game's main protagonist, Bayek, as he investigates a curse that has brought the dead back to life. Tombs, temples, and other points of interest can be explored along the way with tons of main and side quests to keep players busy.
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The level cap will be bumped to 55 and there's new crafting levels, resources and abilities to enjoy. The new trailer below gives a glimpse of Egyptians beast and monsters.
New achievements/trophies will also be available for those with the DLC with six new challenges being added to the list. When Curse of the Pharaohs launches on March 13, it will be part of the Assassin's Creed Origins Season Pass and can be purchased separately for $19.99. Ubi adds: "Players will also be able to acquire new outfits and gear, including rare and legendary weapons-all themed around classic Egyptian mythology".
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Curse of the Pharaohs, the third major expansion for Assassin's Creed Origins, takes Bayek to find a mysterious artifact in Thebes, where he immediately runs into much more than he bargained for.
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