The Curse of the Pharaohs is set four years after the climax of the main campaign, in the capital city of Thebes. Bayek's objective would be to hunt down key artifacts linked to each pharaoh in order to put them to rest. Self-contained open worlds showcase the individual afterlives of the various undead pharaohs, which can be fast-traveled to once they are discovered. The Shadows are physical manifestations of the undead pharaohs, and every so often, they'll randomly appear as time-limited bosses and go on a rampage. The Hidden Ones first raised the cap to 45 while The Curse of the Pharaohs increases it to 55.
This DLC brings mystical elements like the Egyptian underworld, with exotic loot, majestic barges that float across fields of reeds, and mythical creatures like a giant scorpion.More news: Next Hearthstone Expansion Is Called "The Witchwood", Brings New Mechanics
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The expansion's launch trailer's worth a watch if you want to get hyped for the imminent release, complete with sinister music and a brief look at the big baddies that you'll be going up against. Players can check out new crafting levels, resources, and abilities. Some of these are buffs to other abilities, like Dash Boost, which rewards flawless dodges with a damage boost.
Professional killer's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs is the last DLC incorporated into the ebb and flow Season Pass.