Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones
"The Hidden Ones" is just more of the same, but with occasional technical problems. And here I was, expecting innovative mechanics and bold experiments…
Review in Polish | Read full review
(Please, Ubisoft, can we have some more?).
The Hidden Ones is an absolutely valid and valuable DLC, which allows us to dive back and reappear a title that continues to amaze us.
Review in Italian | Read full review
The Hidden Ones is just more Assassin's Creed Origins. Considering how good the base game was, that's not a bad thing. It also helps that there's actually a substantial amount of content here.
Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones doesn't change much, which isn't a bad thing considering how good the main game is. It makes small improvements while keeping the same formula, while telling a meaningful story set in a new land as beautiful as ever. Anyone who enjoyed Origins is bound to enjoy The Hidden Ones.
The Hidden Ones doubles down on everything that made Assassin's Creed Origins an excellent experience, providing an expansion that you will love if you enjoyed the base game.
Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones it the ultimate example of "more of the same." Honestly, the core gameplay is as good as the full game and, in places, it's even better, with some real highlights. However, with a disappointing new zone design, a lacklustre main story, and nothing new or bold to set it apart, it just feels like filler and occasionally dull, which is a real shame considering how Ubisoft's track record with original and memorable DLC has been.
If you have the base game already, the price for The Hidden Ones DLC won't be too much for you. With this in mind, I can also tell you that there is more than enough content in the DLC. There is a new map called Sinai and it has 4 regions waiting for you. Also, there are new weapons, costumes, and mounts which are cool for real. If you already completed the main game and want more content, then don't even think, just get it. You definitely won't regret it.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
Since I started this when I was the highest level, the DLC seemed to be rather easy and quick. I enjoyed playing and exploring Sinai, but sadly what with the glitches of Bayek being eaten by a mountain, I will have to give the score lower than I expected
This dlc is a part of the game it should have been implemented in the base game. The plot is too short and irrelevant for the creed's story, but end necessary point for Bayek and Aya.
Review in Spanish | Read full review