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Assassin’s Creed Origins – December patch will add Nightmare difficulty and two new quests

Ubisoft has announced that it will release a new patch for Assassin’s Creed Origins in December. According to the French company, this update will add a new “Nightmare” difficulty level, and will an enemy scaling option. This enemy option will automatically scale the lower level enemies to players’ level.

Moreover, this patch will add two new quests. The first one, Here Comes a New Challenger, will introduce players to a new Horde mode. In this mode, players can prove themselves in the Cyrene arena against unlimited waves of foes. The second quest is a surprise and will be, most probably, unveiled when the update his the Internet.

Ubisoft did not reveal when this patch will come out. Moreover, the team did not reveal whether it will fix the stuttering issues that were introduced by the 1.05 patch.

Below you can find the key features for Assassin’s Creed Origins’ December patch.

  • Nightmare mode: a new Nightmare difficulty level will be available. The enemies will become more resilient to damages and more dangerous.
  • Enemy scaling: by popular request, we will add the enemy scaling option. When this option is activated, the game automatically scale the lower level enemies to your level.
  • Nightmare and First Civ pack items will be available in the Heka Chest.

You will also get two new quests:

  • A new quest introducing Horde mode. The event quest, Here Comes a New Challenger, will introduce you to Horde mode to satisfy your warrior longings. You can prove yourself in the Cyrene arena against unlimited waves of foes. We recommend Level 32 or higher.
  • A new surprise quest!

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