Assassin creed Hidden ones DLC review11/04/2018
Hello, everyone, it’s Matthew again and I decided to finally pick up the season pass for Assassins Creed Origins, I will be reviewing each part in order as I play them so kicking it off is The Hidden Ones. Story outline
This DLC is set four years after the events of the main game, Tahira contacts Bayek asking for him to lend assistance in Sinai where a rebellion against the Romans has broken out.
Upon arrival, Tahira quickly introduces you to Gamilet leader of the rebels, between the three of you a plan is hatched to dispatch of the three Lieutenants in charge of the slaves of Sinai in hopes that this will draw out General Rufio.
Content As far as content this DLC adds very little to the game beyond an increase in level cap bringing the max level to 45 and a small new area to explore, that is pretty much it.
Madiama to the south hosts deep crevice pathways and sprawling desert with oases.
Attached to all these is the Red Sea which is filled with trade boats and warships along with the occasional island.
There is no change up to skill or new enemies/animals added, its the same collectables as before and the same locations as in the main game.
The Hidden Ones adds on a new area to the game called Sinai which has four regions within it. Klysma is where you will begin it is a small town near a quarry surrounded by rocky slopes and steep paths. Madiama to the south hosts deep crevice pathways and sprawling desert with oases. Arsione is to the north and is currently a large construction site surrounded by numerous Roman encampments. Attached to all these is the Red Sea which is filled with trade boats and warships along with the occasional island.
If you’re looking for more of the main game then you’re getting your monies worth, however, if you wanted something to shake up the game and give a breath of fresh air into the Origins after spending 80+ hours finishing the main game it may disappoint. The DLC is small, doesn’t really add much and I didn’t particularly care for the story.