Assasin’s Creed: Origins release date leaked

It appears that the release date for Assassin’s Creed: Origins has been leaked online via a pre-order listing. Not only that, but this pre-order listing has also revealed all the different packages that will be available.

According to this leak, Assassin’s Creed: Origins is scheduled for an October 27th release. Ubisoft will offer four different packages: Original, Deluxe, Gold Digital and Gold Steelbook. Moreover, those who pre-order the game will get an extra mission.

We expect Ubisoft to reveal more details, screenshots and a trailer during its E3 conference, so stay tuned for more!


More details about this new Assassin’s Creed game were revealed via GameInformer. According to the magazine, players will be able to ride a camel, dive underwater, equip themselves with a shield and use it so they can deflect arrows (and reuse them).

A loot system with rare/epic/legendary weapons will also be present, and the game will feature an RPG leveling system inspired by Final Fantasy X. Moreover, the game will focus on tomb-raiding with 20 tombs to explore with puzzles, and will feature an eco system with animals interacting and attacking each other.

The game’s level cap will be 40 and there will be unlimited inventory space. Quests be activated in different ways and have recommended levels, and players can pursue multiple missions at one time. Different types of bows include a bow that shoots multiple arrows at once, and different types of swords include abilities poisoning or setting enemies on fire on contact.

Last but not least, players will be able to make choices like whether or not to kill the final boss in the Gladiator battles.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins certainly sounds interesting, so stay tuned for more!

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