Assassin's Creed Origins Update 1.4.0 Patch Notes Released

A new update for Assassin’s Creed Origins has been released, preparing the game for the upcoming “The Curse of the Pharaohs” DLC expansion. Additionally, it introduces a reward for completing the Discovery Tour mode, which you can then use in the main game, as well as many bug fixes. Therefore, the patch is somewhat hefty across pretty much all platforms.

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Assassin's Creed Origins Update 1.4.0 Patch Notes Released
Assassin’s Creed Origins Update 1.4.0 Patch Notes Released

There’s a new update out for Assassin’s Creed Origins. It’ll take your game up to version 1.4.0. Sadly, it does not bring the long-awaited “Curse of the Pharaohs” DLC, which has been delayed for March 13th. That being said, there is some exciting stuff in update 1.4.0 patch notes. Before we get into that, though, a little public service announcement. Update 1.4.0 for Assassin’s Creed Origins is fairly large. It’s 3.6 GB on Xbox One and 2.9 GB on PlayStation 4. If you’re playing on PC, it’ll take up 0.7 GB on Steam, and 3.2 GB on Uplay PC. In short, make sure that you have enough space on your hard drive for this patch, cause there’s a lot to it. And for good reason, so let’s go over the main attractions in the update.

There are two new major additions in the new Assassin’s Creed Origins update. The first is adding support for the upcoming “The Curse of the Pharaohs” expansion, which will launch a week from now. The second, and more immediate pull, is a brand new reward in the game. To receive it, you have to complete the whole Discovery Tour mode. Get through all 75 guided tours, and you’ll get your reward. Best of all, that reward is meant to be used in the main game, whatever said reward may be. Other than that, there’s a long list of various bug fixes across the table. To read the full patch notes, head over to the official Assassin’s Creed Origins forum.

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