Assassin’s Creed: Origins hit shelves six months ago with a bang. In the latest DLC (which is the largest to be released so far), we’re catching up with Bayek four years after the original game took place. The DLC has him heading to Thebes after being tipped off another piece of eden is in play.
The Creed formula had been refined, tweaked and given the time it needed to shine once again. Curse of the Pharaohs offers an old style expansion, the region of Thebes is filled with very similar fare to what was in the main game, without going overboard with needless open world padding. If you’ve played previous Ubisoft expansions it’s quite obvious the publisher has a preference when developing post release content and it comes across as a well oiled machine rather than an after thought.