Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones for Xbox One
Xbox One - DLC

Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones

Jan 23, 2018

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This game requires the base game Assassin's Creed Origins to play.

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Developer: Ubisoft
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The Hidden Ones is the title of the first big expansion for Assassin’s Creed: Origins, developed by inside studio of Ubisoft company located in Canadian Montreal. The story of Assassin’s Creed: Origins – The Hidden Ones takes place many years after events of the original game. Bayek ventures to Sinai Peninsula and gets dragged into the conflict between Egyptian rebels and occupying armies of Rome. It also tells the history of Assassin’s Brotherhood, the rise of which we have witnessed in the base game.

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7 Reviews
7.10
Brett MakedonskiJan 23, 2018
The Hidden Ones isn't anything like that. It's more Assassin's Creed Origins, almost to a fault. It's an already-big game getting a little bigger. But it's worth seeing through because it eventually makes one of the more salient points in all of Assassin's Creed. The title's fitting considering how the poignancy and moral nuance stays hidden until the end.
8.40
Felicia MirandaFeb 02, 2018
A lot of what The Hidden Ones gets right is its ability to take familiar concepts from Assassin’s Creed Origins and make them feel new again by means of a new purpose, a new story, and a new creed. A new direction to the story that makes Bayek more relatable, high-level combat keeps quests challenging even when you’re fully leveled up, and a more rewarding pace of loot provide an opportunity to feel something new without straying too far from what I loved about Origins in the first place.
Steve FarrellyFeb 13, 2018
All told, however, the price is beyond right and The Hidden Ones ties up its own short narrative with excellent writing and another standout performance from Abubakar Salim as Bayek. That we’re griping most here about wanting more suggests what they gave us was pretty much on-point anyway -- we just want seconds. (Please, Ubisoft, can we have some more?)