Assassin’s Creed Origins Gets Creepy Live Action Trailer; New Gameplay Trailer Tomorrow

A new live action trailer for Assassin's Creed Origins is really creepy, and it teases a new gameplay trailer coming tomorrow.

on September 13, 2017 12:19 PM

Today Ubisoft released a new live action trailer of its upcoming action-adventure (with additional RPG elements) Assassin’s Creed Origins.

The trailer is rather creepy, simply showing masked figures – probably belonging to the game’s mysterious “order”- uttering threats and taunting the viewer.

Perhaps even more interesting, is the fact that at the end of the video there is a tease for a new gameplay trailer, that will be released tomorrow, September 14th.  It’ll certainly be interesting to see if we’ll see any connection between the two trailers, and even more importantly, whether the new gameplay trailer will showcase a new location after the long stay in Memphis across the Gamescom period.

If you want to see and learn more of Assassin’s Creed Originsyou can check out the 20 minutes of lovely gameplay we recorded on Xbox One X at Gamescom, the latest cinematic trailer, a video focused on combat, one centered on the open world, some gameplay and a trailer from Microsoft’s press conference at E3, another trailer from Ubisoft’s own E3 briefinga batch of beautiful screenshots, and more gameplay on Xbox One X.

You can also read Ubisoft’s own response about the possibility of a 60 frames-per-second mode on Microsoft’s upcoming console.

Assassin’s Creed Origins will launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 27th.

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