Assassin's Creed Origins, the latest release in the iconic history-bending series, has been spinning inside player's systems for about three months since its release last October. Even in a game big as this one, three months is plenty of time to get a look at most of what is on offer; fortunately, it's also just enough time for players to work up an appetite for fresh story-based content.
Enter The Hidden Ones, Ubisoft's first major DLC release for Assassin's Creed Origins. The expansion is set four years after the events of the main campaign, with story content promising to reveal more details regarding the history of the Assassin Brotherhood. Events of the DLC will also take place in the all-new Sinai Peninsula territory, where players will be caught up in a conflict between Roman forces and a local rebel alliance.
By now, the wait for the Hidden Ones DLC is nearly over, as players will be able to make their first nosedives into the expansion when it releases for major consoles tomorrow. Until then, Ubisoft has provided one last trailer to give players a taste of what's to come with the new content, the likes of which we have featured above.
The future wait time between bouts of new content will be shortened with the upcoming The Curse of Pharaohs DLC: instead of three months in this case, the Curse of Pharaohs DLC will release about two months from now on March 6. Both DLC packs will be offered together as part of the season pass or for sale individually, with The Hidden Ones costing $10 and Curse of Pharaohs costing $20.