The beautiful world of Assassin’s Creed: Origins — in Panoramics

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First, a little story…

It’s Christmas Eve 2007. I’m 17 and I’m so excited to play the new Assassin’s Creed game that I break all the Christmas present rules. I unwrap the game from its cellophane and play the game for a few hours before sneaking it back to where I found it. To this day, my parents are none the wiser.

Ancient Egypt

As a child my favourite period of history was always Ancient Egypt. I had books, fold out life-size mummies, drew pyramids and palm trees along the winding Nile and went on museum tours with my older sisters just to see the Egyptian exhibits. I even wrote bizarre Michael Jordan and Tutankhamun crossover stories when I was around 7 years old. Well, Space Jam was all the rage back then.

Assassin’s Creed

The series has taken us through many periods of history, all as interesting as the last and all stunningly recreated.

2 years ago I was lucky enough to travel to Egypt and visit the Karnak Temple and The Valley of the Kings as well as getting to see the real mummified remains of Tutankhamun. (Very excited we get to go there eventually in the DLC!).

Assassin’s Creed: Origins World

The team did a sensational job of recreating Egypt around 49 BC. I love that they included a photo mode with the game and so far I’ve spent more time taking photos than playing the game.

Photo Mode & Panoramics

I decided it would be a good idea to utilise the photo mode to make panoramic pictures of the various different areas of the game.

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Please enjoy some more panoramics I have taken with photo mode:

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