You’ve Got To See This 4K UHD Gameplay Vid of “Assassin’s Creed: Origins” For Xbox One X

by on July 17, 2017

Juan Carlos Ropel, July 17, 2017

One of the upcoming, most anticipated titles that will surely make the best out of the powerful hardware Xbox One X is Assassin’s Creed, And if you are curious about how “Assassin’s Creed Origins” looks in full 4K UHD then you really need to check out the 20 minutes gameplay video below courtesy of the Game Store.

Of course, you’ll need a screen that supports 4K to watch it on that resolution or at the least a 4K UHD monitor for true appreciation of the game’s stunningly crisp graphic details.  Whatever the case may be, the in-game footage is even worth seeing sans 4K resolution, with plenty of eye candy for 1080p TVs as well.

Here is the 20 minutes 4k footage of Assassin’s Creed Origins: (if you’re using a 4K monitor or TV, be sure to select 2160p resolution under “quality” in the circular settings icon.)

Developed by Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Origins was recently showcased at E3. It is the tenth major installment in the Assassin’s Creed series and the successor to 2015’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. It is currently ranked 20th of the most anticipated video games for PlayStation 4 in 2017 and ranked 19th of the most anticipated video games of all time.


In-game footage from Assassins Creed: Origins

In-game footage from Assassins Creed: Origins

Assassin’s Creed Origins is set in Egypt around the year 49 A.D., during the reign of Cleopatra VII. One of the main characters is named Bayek, who happens to be one of the founders of the Order of the Assassins, and will delve players into the origins of the saga. As usual, there are conflicts between several factions all over Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea.

As Bayek you complete quests to progress throughout the story. Outside of quests players can freely roam the open world on foot, horseback, camel-back or boat. The world has dramatically improved on its visuals and the map on Assassin’s Creed Origins is three times larger than that of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.

According to the producers, the battle system has undergone a profound remodeling. Melee fights are now more difficult and it is practically impossible to get out alive when facing several enemies at the same time. This increase on the difficulty of the battle is compensated by the ability to use the bow. In addition, as a pre-match, you are able to use an eagle to do breathtaking aerial reconnaissance of a given area and even to mark off enemies.

There are a lot of new features and we can surely expect more surprises yet to come for this richly textured, vast action-adventure stealth game, but for specific additional details, we’ll have to keep waiting until Assassin’s Creed Origins hits the market on October 27th. The game itself is available on pre-order right now for just $59.96 with box an Xbox One X version and the PS4 edition coming out on the same date.

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