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Free update turns Assassin's Creed Origins into an interactive museum


Assassin’s Creed Origins will get a free update next year called Discovery Tour that effectively turns the game into an interactive museum.

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Currently slated for release early in 2018, Discovery Tour takes the assets and NPCs from the main game and curates them to form a series of interactive tours. One such tour, for example, shows a priest performing part of the ancient Egyptian mummification ritual on a corpse, while a voiceover explains the process in more detail.

These tours themselves seem fairly substantial, with the game’s UI estimating that experiencing all it has to say on mummification will take about 20 minutes. Completing tours unlocks a series of characters for use in Discovery Tour, allowing you to explore the mode as Bayek’s wife Aya, Cleopatra, or even Julius Caesar.