Assassin's Creed Origins The Hidden Ones Dubbed The Hidden Ones, it is the first major expansion to Assassin's Creed Origins produced by Ubisoft's in-house studio based in Canadian Montreal. Since this is a dependency add-on, the base version of the game must work. Like the original, add-on has been released on multiple platforms where the list appears PC, PS4 and XONE. Assassin's Creed Origins The Hidden Ones Download for PC Released on PC, PS4 and XONE Assassin's Creed Origins platform: The Hidden Ones does not change the mechanics of the game. We have a completely new area in the Sinai Peninsula mentioned above, where, in addition to the missions, various side activities are waiting to be checked. In addition, the DLC increases the main character's experience cap, but the creators did not decide to expand any of the skill trees.
The first major DLC for Assassin's Creed Origins. The promotion takes place many years after the events presented on the stand. Bayek, the main character of the game, this time goes to the Sinai Peninsula, where the war between the Egyptian rebels and the Roman occupying forces is taking place. Action Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones takes place many years after the events of the original. Bayek makes his way to the Sinai Peninsula, where he finds himself in the midst of a war between the Egyptian rebels and the occupiers of Rome. In addition, the expansion allows players to learn about the next chapter of the Brotherhood of Assassins, whose origins were presented at the stand.
CPU: Intel Core i5-2400s @ 2.5 GHz or AMD FX-6350 @ 3.9 GHz or equivalent
RAM: 6 GB
OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD R9 270 (2048 MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or better)
HDD: 45 GB
The action of The Hidden Ones takes place a few years after the events of the base game. The DLC takes us to a new region - the Sinai Peninsula - occupied by the Romans. At the very beginning, we learn that the situation of the population is very uninteresting, and that a man named Rufio is responsible for their miserable fate. Before we skin him, we have to defeat a few of his subordinates, cruel people who abuse slaves and children, or massacring inhabitants. So we have a clearly defined goal and we know who we will face. In short, "he's angry, go kill him." Sounds boring? Fortunately, the storyline has more to offer.
The newly founded Brotherhood spreads its wings, new members join it every now and then, rebels are recruited ready to face the Roman invaders. The more famous the Brotherhood becomes, the more attention it attracts and, consequently, it has to grapple with more and more problems. Some newly trained Hidden Ones die while carrying out missions, which has a very negative effect on the leader who feels responsible for her people. However, this is the charm of conflicts - the victims are inevitable.
Playing the basic version of Assassin's Creed Origins, I couldn't help feeling that the game was very close to The Witcher 3 - except that the character dialogues or notes found here and there sounded cramped and boring. Everything is similar in The Hidden Ones. I was not moved by the fact that several members of the Brotherhood died (I did not have time to become attached to them, so I treated their death with a shrug), or the murderous practices of the Romans (when one man dies, it is a tragedy, when hundreds are killed ... it's just statistics). Of course, we have no doubts that we have to improve the lot of the unfortunate inhabitants, so there is no point in whining "what do I care", but getting to work.