Ubisoft packed the upcoming “Assassin’s Creed Origins” with many historical and cultural values. The game has an ancient Egyptian theme which is set in 49 BC when Queen Cleopatra was forced to leave her throne. The Egyptian writing system at that time is called Hieroglyph. Some people also call the Logographic scripts that are pictographic a Hieroglyph. According to a report by Cinema Blend, the hieroglyphs used in the game were decoded by the scholar named Claire Manning.

Mysterious phrases

Claire Manning studied the mysteries of the ancient Egypt.

Manning claims that the hieroglyphs used in the game were from the Middle Kingdom. The messages behind the Hieroglyphs were accurately used to the timeline represented in “Assassin’s Creed Origins.” The scholar decoded two phrases behind the Hieroglyphs. The first phrase says “Everything may be,” while the second one says “We work in the dark, to serve the light.”

According to Polygon, Claire Manning’s twitter posts about the hieroglyphs gathered a lot of attention including Ubisoft. The decoded phrases came after the promotional video released by Ubisoft which showed a picture of hieroglyphs. The purpose of the video was to showcase the machine-learning initiative implemented by Ubisoft in association with Google.

It also helped the team to add the fascinating level of detail to “Assassin’s Creed Origins.”

New live-action trailer

Ubisoft recently released the live-action trailer of the game “Assassin’s Creed Origins.” The trailer not only shows off the charming baritone voice of the protagonist Bayek, but it also features the people behind the “Creed.” The game will feature the foundation of the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise that fans have known for more than a decade.

The game will also feature Bayek traveling across vast lands of ancient Egypt, on both camelback and horseback. Bayek will fight against the corruption that is secretly controlling the pharaoh. Bayek’s main enemies are the “Order of the Ancients.”

“Assassin’s Creed Origins” will also feature naval combat, which is the selling point of the successful “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.” The upcoming game will also take players to the air, giving them the ability to view the surroundings from the eyes of an eagle owned by Bayek.

There is also a new method to hunt down targets. Bayek can manipulate other people to kill his target without laying a finger on the victim. The game will launch on October 27, and it will be playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. It will be available on Xbox One X on November 7.