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Assassin’s Creed Origin’s Platinum Looks Very Easy To Earn

| @Hijinx_23 | 1 week ago

Assassin's Creed Origins

If you’re a fan of Assassin’s Creed and also happen to be a trophy hunter, then you’re in luck because the Platinum trophy in Assassin’s Creed Origins looks very easy to earn.

Assassin’s Creed Origins, the tenth major and latest installment of Ubisoft’s Assassin Creed series, takes players to Ancient Egpyt for the first time. Set during the Ptolemaic period, the story follows the adventures of Bayek as the audience witnesses the events that eventually lead to the formation of the Assassin Brotherhood.

However, while the setting might be unique, the trophy list isn’t.

In total, there are 35 bronze trophies, 15 silver, one gold and one platinum, and none of them look to particularly difficult to earn. Many of the trophies are linked to the story and others are ones that you would naturally get just by exploring or engaging in battle with various foes. Granted, there are one or two that might require a bit of finesse, but that’s par the course for a few trophies in any game. One thing of note, however, is that the names of some of these trophies are actually quite clever with names like “Where’s My Black Flag” and “Elementary, My Dear Bayek.” Unfortunately, the Platinum trophy doesn’t follow this trend and is simply titled, “Earn Them All!” which, needless to say, is a little disappointing.

You can view the full list of trophies, courtesy of Exophase, here. However, do be wary of any potential spoilers.

There has been an influx of information about Assassin’s Creed Origins as its release date draws ever closer.  We have a preview which dubs it as the “most exciting revitalization to the series since the release of Assassin’s Creed 2,” as well as system requirements for the PC which reveal it to be surprisingly lenient power-wise, with even a semi-decent computer capable of running the game with little issue.

Assassin’s Creed Origins is set to arrive for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Oct. 27.

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