Looking for Assassin’s Creed: Origins cheats on PS4, Xbox One & PC? Here we’ll list Assassin’s Creed: Origins cheat codes and unlockables with tips for Ubisoft’s new stealth action-adventure game.
Here we will show you how to unlock all Assassin’s Creed: Origins codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the PC, PS4 & Xbox One versions (where available).
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Assassin’s Creed: Origins Cheats
How To Unlock Ezio & Altair Assassin’s Creed Outfits & Other Uplay Unlockable Cheats
Here’s how to unlock new costumes and other Uplay Unlockable Cheats in Assassin’s Creed: Origins:
You can buy the new classic Assassin’s Creed outfits, in-game currency, crafting materials, and weapons equipment with Uplay Points AKA Upoints.
Before you start playing Assassin’s Creed: Origins, be sure to login to your existing Uplay Account via the game’s Main Menu, by selecting “Uplay”. If you’re not registered yet to Ubisoft’s official rewards service, then first sign up for an account at uplay.com.
Once signed in, Uplay rewards you for playing Assassin’s Creed: Origins with exclusive free content. Which is a fancy way of saying Uplay gives you access to unlockable cheats in Assassin’s Creed: Origins.
The new Ubisoft Club Rewards in Assassin’s Creed: Origins are:
• Completing the campaign will get you the bulk of the reward points per chapter.
• Getting a legendary weapon of each type unlocks the rest of the reward points.
• You can also beat the Trial of the Gods for more reward points.
Tip: You may already have enough Uplay Points to buy the new costumes from the Uplay menu in the game straight away (from the beginning), that is, if you’ve played previous Assassin’s Creed, South Park and other Ubisoft games before.
To find out what you can buy with this game’s 14 Uplay Rewards or Uplay Points from other games… From the “Main Menu” simply go to the “Help & Options” tab and select the “Extras” section. Next you will get an overview of all the Uplay Cheats.
The Uplay Cheat unlocks are:
• “Altair’s Outfit” — Unlock Altair’s Outfit for Bayek. The outfit worn by the legendary Assassin Altair Ibn-La’Ahad. Note: You need the “Assassin” Badge to get this Reward. = Cost: Free
• “Ezio’s Outfit” — Unlock Ezio’s Outfit for Bayek. The outfit worn by the Master Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze. Note: You need the “Assassin” Badge to get this Reward. = Cost: Free
• “Initiate’s Pouch” — Gain 500 Drachmas and 10 of each crafting material. Note: You need the “Initiate” Badge and to complete the Act 1 to get this Reward. = Cost: Free
• “Chop-Chop” — Unlock Chop-Chop for Bayek. Its form combined the agility of a sword and the strength of a cleaver. Note: You need the “Initiate” Badge and to complete the Act 1 to get this Reward. = Cost: Free
• “Harlequin” — Unlock Harlequin for Bayek. This sword dances like a mischievous demon. Note: This is an exclusive Reward earned by participating in selected Community Contests. = Cost: Free
• “Currency Pack” — Gain 500 Drachmas. Note: Complete Act 1. = Cost: 10 points
• “Crafting Pack” — Gain 10 crafting materials of each type. Note: Complete Act 1. = Cost: 10 points
• “The Trial” — Unlock The Trial spear for Bayek. Give a man a stick and he’ll walk; give a man a spear and he’ll hunt. = Cost: 20 points
• “Kush Shield” — Unlock the Kush Shield for Bayek. A typical Kush warrior’s shield. = Cost: 20 points
• “Crown Jewel” — Unlock the Crown Jewel warrior bow for Bayek. Don’t be fooled by its elaborate ornamentation; this weapon is a deadly one. = Cost: 20 points
• “Bird of Prey” — Unlock the Bird of Prey shield for Bayek. This shield sits so lightly on your arms that it seems to glide on wings. = Cost: 30 points
• “Shamshir” — Unlock the Shamshir regular sword for Bayek. The scimitar’s deadly predecessor. = Cost: 30 points
• “Sycamore” — Unlock the heavy blunt Sycamore for Bayek. Carved from a giant Sycamore tree, this weapon is as hard as it gets. = Cost: 30 points
• “Corrupted Soul” — Unlock the Corrupted Soul light bow for Bayek. This bow’s use might consume the life of a warrior lesser than yourself. = Cost: 40 points
Note: After you’ve bought these Uplay rewards, you can go to the Main Menu, and select “Store”. Then it’ll automatically have been added to your gear Inventory.
Unlockable DLC Items
Find out about all the Assassin’s Creed Origins Season Pass and free post launch content.
Free Post-Launch DLC:
• The Trial of the Gods – Face off against the Egyptian gods in boss battles during special timed events, and receive valuable rewards for victory. Kicks off 15 days after launch.
• The Nomad’s Bazaar – Track down a wandering merchant who will give you daily quests to pursue and reward you with exotic mystery rewards. Available at launch.
• Photo Mode – Capture the beauty of the Egyptian landscape, indulge your inner wildlife photographer, and discover interesting photos taken by other players. Available at launch.
• Discovery Tour – This new game mode turns the world of Assassin’s Creed Origins into a combat-free living museum. Read more about this mode and the educational guided tours in our previous coverage. Available in early 2018.
• Horde Mode – Hone your skills with blade and bow against endless waves of enemies in the Gladiator Arena, see how your scores stack up, and challenge your friends asynchronously. Available in early 2018.
Season Pass DLC:
• The Hidden Ones (DLC 1) – This expansion takes place years after the events of Assassin’s Creed Origins in a new region occupied by a Roman force. Bayek and the new Assassins will clash with the Romans as the Brotherhood continues to grow, and players will have a new level cap. Slated for release in January 2018.
• The Curse of the Pharaohs (DLC 2) – The second expansion focuses on Egyptian mythology, pitting players against undead pharaohs and famed Egyptian monsters. Bayek will need to explore a mystical new realm and discover the root of the curse that has brought these creatures to life. This expansion will also raise the level cap again and introduce new skills for Bayek. Scheduled for a March 2018 launch.
• The Roman Centurion and Horus packs – These exclusive item packs will grant Season Pass holders a new outfit, weapons, shield, and mount when they become available in November of this year.
• 500 Helix Credits and an exclusive rare weapon, the Calamity Blade – Both available at launch.
To gain access to all of the above, players will need to own the Season Pass, which is included in Assassin’s Creed Origins Gold Edition and is also available for purchase separately.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins Tips and Tricks
Here are 10 useful tips and tricks for when you’re starting out to save you lots of headaches while playing through Assassin’s Creed: Origins!
As you set out into the vast open world of Egypt to discover the story of the founding of the Assassin Brotherhood, and you’ll probably get into some fights along the way. From the development team, here are combat gurus Ash Ismail and Jean Guesdon to give you some tips on how to cut your teeth, level up your skills, and make your Bayek your own.
• USE THE ANIMUS PULSE EARLY AND OFTEN – One of your new abilities in Assassin’s Creed Origins is the Animus Pulse, activated by holding up on the d-pad. This instantly marks any nearby lootable items, which makes it invaluable for finding treasures in enemy strongholds, and little loot caches everywhere else. It’s at peak usefulness, however, when you’re delving into cluttered tombs where loot sometimes hides behind seemingly worthless, breakable objects. Use it frequently, and you won’t have to worry about overlooking something cool.
• RIDE AND SCOUT – One of Assassin’s Creed Origins’ more useful additions is the ability to set your mount to autopilot, telling it to follow the road or take you straight to an objective you mark on the map. This isn’t an opportunity to slack off, though – while Bayek automatically continues to his destination, you can switch over to Senu, his eagle, and scan the surrounding terrain for threats, animals to hunt, and other opportunities for adventure.
• PAY ATTENTION TO ENEMY HEALTH – Seeing how much health your opponents have left is nothing new, but if you’re aiming a bow or sneaking up for a stealth kill, Assassin’s Creed Origins actually gives you a preview of how much damage you’re about to do. This is incredibly useful if you’re trying not to attract attention, because it tells you whether your Hidden Blade stab or arrow to the head will instantly drop an enemy, or just leave them screaming and angry. Want to ensure you get a kill every time? Find or craft better gear.
• LEVEL MATTERS – Are you getting repeatedly stomped when you try to storm an enemy fort? Does a mission seem impossibly difficult? You might want to check whether Bayek’s level matches up with the level of the enemy, quest, or region you’re trying to tackle. If you’re not paying attention, you might wander into a place where the enemies hit harder than you can handle, so be on the lookout for the levels clearly displayed above your enemies’ heads. If you see skulls instead of numbers, that’s actually a hieroglyph that translates to “don’t even think about it.”
• YOU DON’T ALWAYS HAVE TO FIGHT – On the other hand, being under-leveled doesn’t necessarily put extreme challenges off-limits. Unless your mission specifically calls for the assassination or eradication of your foes, you can usually get through so long as nobody sees you. Relying on pure, no-kill stealth can be tough, but slipping past instant-murder bandits, stealing their stuff, and leaving undetected is a rare thrill. So is reaping the increased XP that comes from clearing high-level activities.
And hey, if you’re confident in your combat abilities, you can still try to tackle high-powered enemies head-on. Just don’t be surprised if a lucky arrow from the sidelines annihilates you halfway through the fight.
• DON’T PASS UP VIEWPOINTS – In the past, climbing and syncing with Assassin’s Creed’s lofty Viewpoints was an essential step in revealing the map and any nearby activities. In Assassin’s Creed Origins, they’re essential for a different reason: not only are they breathtakingly pretty, but they unlock fast-travel points – and given the size of the map, those can be a huge time-saver. They’ll also reveal potential points of interest as question marks, giving you a marker to head toward if you want to uncover a new place and score a little XP. Speaking of XP…
• INVEST IN XP- AND MONEY-BOOSTING ABILITIES EARLY ON – Wondering which skills to invest Ability Points in first? As soon as you can reach them, your top priorities should be Headshot XP and Assassination XP (both under the Hunter path), Overpower XP (under Warrior), and Tool Kill XP (Seer). These all cost one Ability Point each, and they impart XP bonuses for doing things you’ll be doing pretty often anyway, helping to rocket you through Bayek’s early level progression. You should unlock the Salesman ability, too, as its 25% boost to the resale value of animal goods and trinkets will go a long way toward keeping your pockets full of drachmas.
• WANDER OFF THE (CRITICAL) PATH – Assassin’s Creed Origins offers a number of ways to reach your mission objectives in a hurry, but that doesn’t always mean you should. Egypt is vast and filled with secrets, and if you take the time to wander and explore away from the villages and quest markers, you’ll be rewarded with discoveries that range from hunting opportunities and bandit camps to tombs filled with hidden treasures. At the very least, discovering the locations associated with all those question marks on your map will net you some XP – which, again, is a big help early on.
• RECYCLE YOUR OLD GEAR – You’ll earn new weapons at a frequent clip in Assassin’s Creed Origins, and anything new you get is likely to be a bit more powerful than your old stuff. Once a piece of gear is obsolete, you’ve got three options : if you’re attached to it, you can upgrade it at a blacksmith’s shop; if not, you can sell it or disassemble it. The latter option yields small amounts of wood, leather, and metal you can use as crafting materials to beef up your breastplate, Hidden Blade, or other permanent gear. Given that said materials are a little scarce and take time to find, this can help you toughen up in a hurry, and save time that would otherwise be spent hunting, scrounging, or shaking down enemy couriers.
• TAKE A PHOTO, IT’LL LAST LONGER – Would-be photographers can snap and share breathtaking in-game photos with the robust Photo Mode, which you can activate by clicking both analog sticks at once. This will freeze the action, letting you freely pan, zoom, and rotate your perspective before adding filters and sharing your creation with the world. You’ll also be able to check out other players’ photos, which will selectively appear in your game as tiny map icons where they were taken.
Here’s some further breakdown of the new Dark Souls-inspired combat:
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