New Leaked Assassins Creed Origins PS4 Gameplay Footage also gives first look at Alexandria.
Following up to the set of game clips we discovered yesterday, a few new clips and screenshots have surfaced showing New Leaked Assassins Creed Origins PS4 Gameplay Footage and this is still confirmed running on a base PS4.
We can all agree that Assassins Creed Origins is an absolutely stunning game, despite bearing the same system requirements as its predecessor, Assassins Creed Syndicate.
The game has had a few new clips leak but these clips show the games combat mechanic as we see Bayek fighting while riding on camels back, and we also see the return of ambient music while under water.
Along with the above gameplay clips, there are a few captivating screenshots showing a first look at the massive city of Alexandria. Reddit User eliteninjaassassin, posted a few stunning screenshots of the grand Port City, Alexandria. The reddit user even goes as far as to say that the city’s size exceeds that of Novigrad in the Witcher and is by far one of Ubisoft’s best works yet!
I can show you the world!
The gallery attached shows you a peek at what the city looks like from even the eyes of Senu, Bayeks faithful feathered companion.
Eliteninjaassassin has promised better and more screenshots to follow of the game, while it is not clear what platform the screenshots were taken on, we can only assume that they are from a console version of the game.
Some more information from early adopters reveals that the online component of the game mirrors that of Middle of Earth: Shadow of War, where players can avenge fallen/dead players who they find while traveling the world. This is an intriguing aspect of the game and is sure to help put you on some wild adventures.
While Assassins Creed Origin did promise a gigantic open world to explore, it seems that Ubisoft has indeed made good on the promise and is delivering on it. If Alexandria is this good-looking in screenshots, then one can only imagine the sheer scale of the rest of the levels in the game.
All these screenshots and game clips have really gauged our interests and we are more than eager for the embargo on the game to lift so we can get reviews for the game.
Assassins Creed Origins is slated for launch on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC on the 27th of October.
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