It appears Assassin's Creed Origins is getting a Chocobo mount

Assassin's Creed Origins

Assassin's Creed Origins Next Update To Introduce New Difficulty, Enemy Scaling, Horde Mode And More

Back in October, Square Enix put on the Assassin's Festival in Final Fantasy 15, letting players pick up gear and costumes inspired by the Assassin's Creed series for Noctis and crew.

Just when you thought you've explored every nook and cranny in "Assassin's Creed: Origins", Ubisoft is here to stretch things further. Expect foes to take a longer time to fall, so better prepare the strongest weapons to survive. "When this option is activated, the game automatically scale (sic) the lower level enemies to your level", Ubisoft said. A new surprise side-quest is set to appear in Assassin's Creed Origins and it looks like it might reward players with a Chocobo mount. Ubisoft says you should be at least level 32 to play Horde mode, but of course you can give it a go at a lower level.

Two new quests are included with the Origins December update, the first of which, Here Comes a New Challenger, adds the Horde mode.

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"This collaboration is the result of being huge fans", Ubisoft Montreal game director Ashraf Ismail had said in August. For those who weren't able to fight all three gods, Ubisoft is now giving everyone a chance to do so.

Here's a brief description of "Assassin's Creed IV: "Black Flag": "[In this game], you are Edward Kenway, a pirate out to make a name for himself on the tumultuous Caribbean seas by sailing your ship among the isles in search of plunder, attacking enemy vessels, and diving below the waves for lost treasures.

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