Opinion: That’s why Genius is the end of Assassin’s Creed Origins.

In our spoiler article, we’ve gathered all the references to the previous parts of the closing of the new Assassin’s Creed, as well as pondering where the sequel could start.

For the already great new Assassin’s Creed, the developers slammed a really percussive closing, which not only points back to previous parts in several places, but also clearly shows the direction the story can go in the second two episodes of the trilogy, which has just started. Since we haven’t been pampered with outstanding AC games in recent years, I wouldn’t be surprised for a moment if the memories of the early parts were worn out in most of you, so an emphatically spoilers in a talk show, we want to show you all the winkes that really make the finale of Bayek’s first big adventure perfect.

Hopefully by now, there are only those left with us who are beyond the origins of the Origins, so they know exactly that in addition to Bayek, Aya was also a controllable character in the game, and we essentially ended the adventure with her. Nor is it any surprise to them that the protagonist of the current thread, Layla Hassan, built her own Animus after leaving Abstergo. Not only can this machine reveal the user’s genetic memory, but we can peek into essentially anyone’s past with it, all you need is a proper source. After finding Aya’s mummy in Layla Bayek’s grave, Mrs. Bayek’s own missions became available, which initially meant only sea buckle missions, but for that endgame we could already actually take control of the lady. Throughout the story, we were helpers to Cleopatra and then Caesar, but after defeating one of our main targets, Septimus, the Roman leader would not allow us to execute his compatriot. Bayek and Aya become merciful, exile them to Cleopatra, essentially in an illegal status. It is then decided that even the loss of one another is not too great a sacrifice to overthrow rulers like Caesar and Cleopatra from their thrones and become protectors of free people, while at the same time making up for the mistakes they have made in the service of Cleopatra. Although only known as Hidden Ones for the time being, but based on the decision of the two of them, the fraternity whose members we now know as assassins is born. It was a great move to mention Aya’s role only minimally before the game came out, so it’s really unexpected for us to launch the attack on Rome with him as the third controllable character (after Bayek and Layla Hassan).

Opinion: That’s why Genius is the end of Assassin’s Creed Origins

Although there were two playable characters in the person of the twins throughout the Syndicate, their pair was nowhere near as significant and lovable as Bayek and Aya. During each meeting during the story, the cheerful lovers got pretty slowly to the point where their journey was completely separated, torn apart. Thus, Origins will be a tragic love story whose heroes could never really recover from the loss of their child, and the fate of the world could no longer be taken on their shoulders without renouncing any human bond. To be an assassin is more than an acrobatic movement to scatter death, one can only be someone working for the prosperity of humanity necessary evil if he kills himself out of all love. These events suggest much darker-sounding sequels that will do well to the bloody and filthy ancient Assassin’s Creeds.

I guess I wasn’t the only one whose Roman ending reminded me of Assassin’s Creed 2. Ezio, however, was deployed there against Rodrigo Borgia, the action ended with the death of the pope. Aya Caesar wants to take her life in a similar way, and we didn’t have to wait long for that. It soon became clear that Aya was the first to dip his blade in Caesar, Brutus (who was already one of the assassins at the time) and the others only came after him. When the work was done, Aya even jumped in to Cleopatra, who was in Rome, for safety. He warned the Egyptian leader that he would be the next target of the fraternity if he did not rule in a way favorable to his people. In fact, we can already know how this storyline will continue, as he tells him in a letter to Aya Bayek that his former self has died and he has been reborn as Amunet. Here we turn back to AC 2 again, from that game you may be familiar with the name of the legendary Egyptian assassin, Amunet, who has no less of an act to do than he killed Cleopatra with the help of an aspen snake. Based on these, therefore, Aya plays a much more important role than even Bayek in the operations of the assassins and in the development of world history.

Opinion: That’s why Genius is the end of Assassin’s Creed Origins

In the second or third part of the new Assassin’s Creed trilogy, we will most likely hide in Aya’s skin again, and Cleopatra will be one of our targets. There are currently two Assassin’s offices (sorry, Hidden Ones): one under Bayek’s control in Egypt and one in Rome run by Aya / Amunet. Since, in principle, the next two episodes will take place in Greece and Rome, respectively, we can’t even guess which unit of them could play a more significant role in the sequel. Indulge that former lovers will definitely meet in person at the Roman part. It also presents exciting opportunities, it is even conceivable that the years that have passed have somewhat refined the chaos that lurks within them and end up in each other’s arms again.

Since the decimals, we haven’t gotten as pleasant a contemporary thread as we did in the new game. Layla Hassan is finally not miserable at a fictional video game development company, but a really recovering character who even builds her own Animus if she needs to. Thanks to the bleeding effect, he gradually learned the abilities of Bayek and Aya, so when Abstergo soldiers broke into him in his Egyptian cave, he himself turned into an assassin warrior and hunted down the attackers without any particular difficulty. At the end of the story, William Miles himself, Desmond Miles’ father (also the current leader of the Assassins), found the girl. For understandable reasons, Williams wanted to know Layla in the band of assassins. Since it was clear that Abstergo would hunt him for the rest of his life, Layla accepted the old man’s offer, but he made no secret of not trusting the mentor in the slightest.

Opinion: That’s why Genius is the end of Assassin’s Creed Origins

The end is a new beginning for all three of our protagonists. Bayek is paving the way for brotherhood in Aya, Egypt, but for the first time they have been left without a partner, there is no one to cuddle after a mission – even though they have surrendered to physical pleasures quite often during the game. We’ve learned little about Layla so far, but the first AC didn’t reveal more about Desmond either, so in the rest of the episodes, she could become at least as important a character as the first hero of the current thread. A great master-student relationship can be built between Williams and him, and if this talented team of writers remains in later parts, it doesn’t seem like a vain dream to surpass even Originsen in the story of the next Assassin’s Creed.

  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
  • Style: Action, Role Playing
  • Appearance: 10/27/2017

Assassin’s Creed Origins takes us to Egypt, where we can learn about the birth of the order of assassins, climb pyramids, and fight in arenas.

Opinion: That’s why Genius is the end of Assassin’s Creed Origins