Gamers from all over the World today usually want to know the size of a game’s world, especially if it is an open-world type. With the latest “#Assassins_Creed_Origins” game title from Ubisoft, its Game Director Ashraf Ismail discusses about the size of its world.

Game World Size Does Not Matter

Game director, Ismail, revealed and guaranteed that this year’s game title for the “Assassin’s Creed” series is larger than the pirate-themed “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.” However, he did confirm that he does not know the exact game world size of the previous game titles, but he is confident that the latest one is at least twice the size of Havana from “Black Flag.”

Ismai confidently stated that the size of the city does not matter for him.

He said that the content, and the gamer’s experience in the game is what counts. This is the reason why they filled each city with tons of sidequests to make it feel unique to itself, and these quests will be optional for players to choose from.

Other Game Details Revealed

Ismail also revealed several other “Assassin’s Creed Origins” details that will interest a lot of fans of the game series. The Ubisoft game director revealed that the map is an open world type, but it will be introduced that way after its beginning sequence.

The game director also revealed that there will be a lot of customization options for players to choose from. He did not confirm, however, that they could add a beard to the main character, Bayek.

He also teased that the modern-day elements of the video game, which was present in all of the game titles of the series, will be a secret for now for the element of surprise.

In-Game Targets Have Daily Schedules

In other news, Ismail revealed that the "Assassin's Creed Origins" targets of Bayek will have their own daily schedules to follow.

He even revealed that these characters that are to be targets of the main protagonist will have their own jobs to go to. What this means is that they will be going to different locations around the game's world, which will make it more challenging for the fans to play.

“Origins” will be launched this coming Oct. 27 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC.

It will also have several editions to choose from, including the $800 special edition that included several great contents and an expensive figurine.

Watch the "Assassin's Creed Origins" E3 2017 Official World Premiere Gameplay Trailer here: