The Last Medjay, Bayek of Siwa and his fierce wife, Aya join forces as they face off with the mysterious Order of the Ancients. What once was a personal vengeance story evolves to be a struggle for the greater good and the re-organization of an ancient creed of free will under one name.


The first major story expansion for acclaimed Assassin's Creed Origins is out now, taking Bayek all the way to Sinai peninsula as he encounters new threats and further polishes the foundation stones of the Creed of the Hidden Ones.

An all-new story that takes Bayek all the way to The Valley of the Kings in Thebes as he explores an ancient Egyptian curse. Coming March 6th.

Set in 49 BCE in Ancient Egypt, during the ascension of Cleopatra VII to the throne, and the beginning of the end of the Egyptian empire.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins follows Bayek of Siwa, hailed from the town of Siwa in Egypt. He’s also the last Medjay, an old Nubian Egyptian order which had become obsolete under the rule of the Greek Ptolemies. Bayek was the respected protector of his community, but viewed as an inconvenient relic by those in power in the rest of Egypt.

Bayek’s journey will take him across Egypt, witnessing a shift in power as well as playing a pivotal role in the birth of the Assassin Brotherhood.


The disputed land, Faiyoum is another one of the many oasis lands in Egypt. It was once a great sea, but is now home to the bones of great, ancient whales. It’s also home to an abundance of history, that can be found throughout the land.


The Nile Delta is a land of plenty. And danger. The fertile lands where the Nile River flows into the Mediterranean Sea are the source of abundant life. Here you’ll find farmers tilling the land, growing the crops that keep the surrounding cities moving, and the soldiers and brutes who exert control over the people. What else will you find exploring these grounds?


Discover the agony of exile while walking among the poor souls of the Siwa Oasis, one of the loneliest and most isolated places in all of Ancient Egypt. It’s situated below sea level, making the climate hot and dry, and less-than-ideal for would-be scavengers. Still, there are temples, and even a necropolis, which means there’s plenty to be uncovered if you can handle the discomfort. Be careful as you traverse the barren sands, however, you may find yourself losing your grip on reality.


Positioned near the mouth of the Nile Delta, Giza and Memphis are home to the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx and the Egyptian capital during the old kingdom. Explore the tombs and catacombs in search of the area’s lost secrets and dark tales. Decrypt hieroglyphics as you solve riddles and slowly unravel the foundations of this ancient Civilisation.