Are you planning to buy Assassin’s Creed Origins? In this review, I will tell you everything good and bad about the game.

Graphics and Frame Rate

The graphics in this game are pretty good on the Xbox Series S. The frame rate is also smooth, averaging around 80 frames per second.


The weapons in this game are not significantly different from each other. However, most of them are fairly balanced, and the ones that are not well-balanced usually require multiple hours of gameplay to obtain. Personally, I prefer the ranged weapons over the melee weapons because they offer a more stealthy approach.


The characters in this game are not particularly memorable, but they are still enjoyable to play as. They suit the theme and setting of the game very well. Moreover, the characters are highly detailed, with visible signs of damage and intricate facial features.


The combat in this game differs from the older Assassin’s Creed games, as it is a bit less focused on stealth. While some elements of stealth are present, they are not as enjoyable or effective as one might hope. In most cases, it’s better to directly engage with enemies instead of relying solely on stealth tactics.


The missions in this game are reminiscent of those found in RPG games. They are more unique compared to the missions in older Assassin’s Creed games and are well-designed. One positive aspect of the missions is the abundance of side quests available, providing additional content. Many missions require or encourage the use of stealth.


Overall, I rate Assassin’s Creed Origins a 7 out of 10. The departure from traditional combat and stealth mechanics found in older Assassin’s Creed games brings my rating down. However, the game still offers an enjoyable experience with its engaging missions and appealing graphics.

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