We would think that people are at least partially interested in history when they enjoy Assassin’s Creed games. Of course, that does not necessarily have to be the case. They have just joined one of the series because of their love of history, others love history only after they have allowed Ubisoft to take them to this beautiful world, and the third is just for fun and history does not really interest them in real life. But anyway, most of these players return year after year to the Assassin’s Creed series and with it are in good and evil.
Assassin’s Creed Origins offers us to witness the recent end of the Ptolemyevic dynasty because Ubisoft certainly could not allow the return of old-eastern civilization without the introduction of significant historical figures such as Pompeii, Cleopatra VII. and Juliet Caesar. So, we return to the forties of the 1st century BC, where we will be forced to fight Ptolemy XIII. in favor of his sister Cleopatra VII. Philopator.
However, that period for the Order of Assassin has much greater significance than the ordinary struggle for the throne and the choice between the two evil. It’s about setting up a company that works in the shade to serve the light, and its conceptual beginner is Bayek of Siwa. The first man of the Assassin’s Order carries a sun-kissed eye, a symbol of protection, representing Medjaya, the protector of ancient Egypt, Pharaoh and his subjects. Although this elite unit of soldiers came out of the way by entering Ptolemyjevic into power, Bayek for the mark he carries continues to enjoy the respect of many members of the old-age society, especially craftsmen and peasants.
The only light point in Bayek’s tragic story is his wife Aya. The Egyptian goddess, as many people call it, has also been given a special place in this story, but unlike her husband, Aya contributed more to the Assassin’s order than to carrying out a retaliatory visit on behalf of the late son of Khamo. Although we are allowed to enter her head, the set of skills she possesses will remain intact, and any kind of socializing she does not insinuate is strictly forbidden. The missions in which the star of her starship are largely tied up for naval battles, which in turn is a pleasant change in the ambience, but in such a mission they can be tired.
The most interesting sand adventures I experienced were with Bayah and his natural drunken Sena, but not when we did blood vengeance over his mortal enemies, but when we helped other Egyptians in various jobs. Ubisoft may not have made the greatest effort to give us a tense story that would bite into the craze that we would feel pressured when we could not dive into the beautiful world of Assassin’s Creed Origin, but instead offered us to experience the history and culture of old-European civilization through numerous ancillary mission.
Each mission requires you a certain level of experience, but it is not necessary to access them only when you are notified that you have met the challenge you have put before you. However, one level may mean a lot if you allow the soldiers to surround you. In fact, it is not wise to find yourself surrounded by an enemy because it will not wait for your turn to swing with you, and you will not be given any warning to carry an anti-clock. If you add an opponent who is more skillful than Bayek in several levels – black is written to you. Specifically, their swing can take more than a third of your health while you will have to score more arrows in your head to finally fall on your knees and their blood soaked in the sand. Also, it should be noted that hidden blade is not ultimately a weapon under which any enemy will fall.
The combat system is far better than the single-button or left mouse button as it is used in earlier extensions, primarily because such a way of dealing with conflicts can only take you to the mummification table. Since Bayek does not carry the title of an unbeatable protagonist, the best approach to more worthy opponents is the game of cats and mice, especially if they are hunters like the phylakitai soldiers. Phylakitai are a special kind of enemy that needs to be avoided in large numbers because the chances of getting a live head do not go to your advantage. In any case, in conflict with a more resistant soldier, it is imperative to be constantly alert because poor judgment can cost you 15 minutes of ineffective tense, nervous, and maybe gaming accessories.