PC games are known for their mods and Assassin's Creed Origins is no different. Soon, Ubisoft will release an update for the acclaimed title on PC which adds the Animus Control Panel. The Animus Control Panel lets you to alter the game and considerably expand upon its foundations.
The Animus Control Panel allows players to modify around seventy different parameters to customize their gameplay in Assassin's Creed Origins. The new feature will be available as a free update for PC players on April 19, 2018. For example, it includes the ability to play as different characters, make your attacks stronger, drain more stamina, or even enter "God Mode" which makes you invincible.
If you haven't played Assassin's Creed Origins yet, be sure to check it out at retailers. The game takes place in Ancient Egypt, a land of majesty and intrigue, but one which is quickly disappearing in a ruthless fight for power. You play as Bayek, the first Assassin, who must unveil dark secrets and forgotten myths as you go back to the one founding moment: the origins of the Assassin's Brotherhood. The best part is that it runs at native 4K on Xbox One X!
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This is awesome. I wouldn't call it nodding even though it technically is. But it gives you way more options how you want to play the game. Every game should have this.
And now when I think about it this would make for a much better difficulty slider with just some of it's features.
Sounds like an old fashioned "cheat mode", that's awesome.
Ubisoft seems to be getting a lot of things right lately
Kudos to them
But i think this cheat mode will dampen the gameplay...
why would it "dampen" it if you choose not to use it?
Bethesda's approach to modding leaves a lot to be desired, little said about that travesty the better. Ubisoft could allow modding on the console, through a mod directory added through the animus control panel.
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