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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Assassin’s Creed Origins launches non-combat discovery mode

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Origins, which as our resident 10-year-old can tell you is set in Ancient Egypt, has launched its educational non-combat discovery mode, according to PC Gamer. The feature allows players to roam the game’s massive open world (watch, runtime 3:37) without the duress of battle, giving users the opportunity to “visualize and understand thousands of things from Egyptian history in their actual context. As both a game and a learning tool, it is quite a unique asset for teachers to integrate as part of their history classes." The game was released in October 2017 and the new module is available now for download without charge to those who have already purchased the game, the Verge reports.

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