The second expansion will be out tomorrow, standalone or as part of the Season Pass. GIve the launch trailer a watch below.
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Bayek's adventures in Thebes take him to the temples of Karnak and Luxor, as well as well the secret tombs of the Valley of the Kings.
The 4K trailer for the new DLC can be seen above, a trailer that's just under two minutes and has everything from ancient relics to undead enemies. The new expansion is set four years after the events of the original game and will continue Bayek's journey as he travels to the ancient city of Thebes.
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Curse of the Pharaohs will include a slew of new features and content including new crafting levels, resources, and an increased level cap of 55. Zombies in Assassin's Creed.
New achievements/trophies will also be available for those with the DLC with six new challenges being added to the list. Ubi adds: "Players will also be able to acquire new outfits and gear, including rare and legendary weapons-all themed around classic Egyptian mythology".
Assassin's Creed Origins: Curse of the Pharaohs is out on March 13 for PS4, PC and Xbox One.