No one ever complains about bonus content added to games. In fact, many were championing developer Ubisoft for giving them a reason to return to Assassin’s Creed: Origins. An update that popped up last month opened up opening up a Discovery Tour feature which may have felt… unrewarding. However, in a patch that rolled out this week, Ubisoft has given a bonus reward for someone willing to make all the stops.
News comes by way of official patch notes posted on Assassin’s Creed: Origins Steam page. The small update — clocking in at 700 MB — mainly opens up official support for the upcoming The Curse of the Pharaohs expansion. However, as mentioned above, a mysterious reward for finishing all 75 guided tours was also added to the game.
Now what exactly is this secret prize for doing all of this? Spoilers below, in case you want to find out on your own.
According to a video posted by YouTuber JorRaptor the reward is actually a sleek white skin for Senu, Bayek’s signature Bonelli’s eagle. Obviously, the skin is purely cosmetic, however it does offer an actual reason to go and complete the challenges:
Assassin’s Creed: Origins launched last Fall on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. DualShockers reviewed the game, awarding it an 8.5 out of 10 specifically as a return to form for the series.