No one ever complains about bonus content included to games. In fact, many were championing developer Ubisoft for providing them a motive to go back to Assassin’s Creed: Origins. An update that popped up last month opened opening up a Discovery Tour attribute which may have felt… unrewarding. Nonetheless, in a spot that rolled out this week, Ubisoft has given a bonus reward for somebody willing to make each of the stops.
The little update — clocking in at 700 MB — largely opens upward official aid for the upcoming The Curse of the Pharaohs expansion. However, as mentioned above, a mysterious reward for finishing all of 75 guided tours was added into this game.
Now what exactly is this key prize for doing all of this? Spoilers below, if you happen to would like to learn on your own.
According to a video published by YouTuber JorRaptor the reward is truly a sleek white epidermis for Senu, Bayek’s trademark Bonelli’s eagle. Clearly, the skin is purely cosmetic, but it can offer a Real reason to proceed and complete the challenges:
DualShockers reviewed the game, awarding it that an 8.5 from 10 especially as a return to form to the series.