Assassin’s Creed Origins Undead Gear Pack Transforms Bayek Into A Pharaoh (VIDEO)
Ubisoft has announced that some awesome looking new gear is making its way to Assassin’s Creed Origins. Titled the Undead Gear Pack, the upcoming DLC features the Song of the Desert (Sickle Sword), Serket’s Reach (Warrior Bow), the Scorpion Shield, the Pharaoh’s Regalia outfit, and the Eternal Vigil mount. Ubisoft has released a new trailer for the Assassin’s Creed Origins Undead Gear Pack which can be seen below:
Seen above, all the gear featured in the Assassin’s Creed Origins Undead Gear Pack looks as impressive as it is deadly. Easily the most exciting aspects of the DLC are the outfit – which does in fact make you look like a Pharaoh – and undead mount, which will easily strike fear into the hearts of both you and your foes. The Undead Gear Pack is now available for purchase for $15. Here’s the official blurb from Ubisoft:
Return from the Underworld and terrify your opponents brandishing your Scorpion theme weapons. This pack features the Eternal Vigil mount, the Serket’s Reach (Warrior Bow), the Scorpion Shield, the Song of the Desert (Sickle Sword) and the Pharaoh’s Regalia outfit.”
Those that prefer a more primitive looking set of weapons need look no further than the Far Cry Primal pack, which will be available for purchase on March 20th. The set features Stone Age weapons from the land of Oros, and includes the Fanged Mace, the Horn Bow (Hunter Bow), the Flint Spear and the Composite Bow (Light Bow). Assassin’s Creed: Origins is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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