Assassin’s Creed: Origins Is Very Photogenic

Assassin’s Creed: Origins is a fantastic game. I loved the game so much that it was in my “Top 10 Games of 2017” piece. One thing that I loved about Origins were its graphics; it is a gorgeous looking game. When I first booted the game up and saw Siwa from afar, I was blown away, my jaw dropped. Origins is most definitely one of the prettiest looking games currently out there.

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Bayek overlooking Siwa

I played Assassin’s Creed: Origins on a base PS4 and it looks brilliant. The game will obviously look better on the PS4 Pro but the graphical quality is already great. I’ve seen footage of Origins running on a PC on Ultra settings and on a Xbox One X and dear god, it looks amazing. No matter what system Origins is on, it is visually breathtaking.

I took a lot of screenshots whilst I played Assassin’s Creed Origins, a lot. You want to keep exploring the world but the game will suddenly present you with a backdrop or a opportunnity to take a photo. I could have carried on exploring, doing quests but I wanted to stop and take pictures. I couldn’t help myself, it’s a very photogenic game.

As I took so many screenshots, I want to share them with you. I took some good pictures and it wouldn’t be fair if I kept them all to myself.

 

All of these screenshots were taken by using the in-game photo mode. Some pictures had a filter applied to them.

 

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Bayek doing a bit of climbing.
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Bayek above Siwa.
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How Bayek didn’t get rope burn I will never know.
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Bayek and Senu looking into each others eyes

 

Some location shots.

 

Bayek chilling around and doing some Leap of Faiths.

 

Bayek has other animal friends aside from his eagle Senu.

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Flamingo meet Bayek. Bayek meet Flamingo.

 

Sandstorms in Assassin’s Creed: Origins are absolutely fantastic.

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Some pictures of the Pyramids of Giza.

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Cats love Bayek and he loves them too.

 

The Moon in different colours. 

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Exploring tombs is really fun. They all have treasure but some hide secrets.

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Into a tomb we go. Channelling my inner Indiana Jones.

 

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I’d love an option to play the game in black and white.
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I found a sarcophagus.

 

Bayek on a boat.

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Is this Origins or Black Flag? Hmm.

 

Bayek and his most trusted companion Senu.

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Some pictures of Bayek with filters on.

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Bayek is like a shadow.
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Bayek looks like a harbinger of death thanks to this filter.

 

Some more location shots.

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The entrance to Memphis.
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Memphis is breathtaking.

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The desert goes on for miles.

 

Pictures of Bayek.

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Bayek is sitting down, contemplating things.
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Bayek can rock a beard.
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Bayek walking through a field of flowers.

 

I’ll finish off this photo showcase with a picture of Bayek and his wife Aya.

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Bayek and Aya.

 

Do you like my Assassin’s Creed: Origins pictures? Let me know in the comments below. Do you have any pictures of Assassin’s Creed: Origins? If you do link them to me in the comments below or show them me on Twitter.

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