Assassin's Creed Origins for PlayStation 4

Assassin's Creed Origins

Oct 27, 2017
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Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature


IT ALL STARTS WITH ONE. Ancient Egypt, a land of majesty and intrigue, is disappearing in a ruthless fight for power. Unveil dark secrets and forgotten myths as you go back to the one founding moment: The Origins of the Assassin’s Brotherhood.

Gamer Reviews

9743 Reviews
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Jul 31, 2021

I love the story, even side quest still had some comedy that made me smile.

I really hate that lovers need to separate in the End. I loved how they call each other ("my love", "my wife", "my true love", etc.)

Sneaking between a lot of troop was harder that Odyssey, but weapon system was easier that Odyssey.

Jun 15, 2021

Loved the game but you don't really care for a lot of the characters and like all assassins creed games, side missions are boring and world tasks are repetitive

Jun 7, 2021

I've been playing AC ever since it started, and I can say this is one of the most unique AC of all time. It really gave me that feeling of travelling back in time just to witness the history of Egypt. Though I'll be honest. Gameplay seems okay for me. It's kind easy.

Also, this game really made me roam around the entire map without even doing anything. Cutscenes seems like a movie! My favorite was Caesar's death.

Critic Reviews

44 Reviews
Daniel R. MillerOct 26, 2017
Assassin’s Creed: Origins is truly unique compared to its predecessors, though as an Action RPG, it replicates many of the same mechanics you will find in its contemporaries. Regardless, it is a lovingly crafted world worth exploring.
Stephanie ChanOct 26, 2017
Assassin’s Creed: Origins offers a rich world and a compelling story at first, but it’s waylaid in part by the repetitive side quests and a weaker second half. It has secrets to find, but you’ll have to go looking for them — and you’ll have to do a lot of grinding along the way.
Ahmed MohamedOct 26, 2017
The new combat system makes for some incredibly satisfying moments, while the design of the world is only matched by the likes of The Witcher III. Ubisoft Montreal can be proud knowing that they’ve delivered a level of AAA-production that likely won’t be seen again until Cyberpunk 2077 rolls around, but there’s just that last leap of faith that needs to be made to once again deliver a generation defining game.