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Version: 1.00 | Updated: 07/11/2018
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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Version History
  3. Controls and General Information
  4. Walkthrough: Main Quests
    1. Prologue
    2. The Oasis
    3. The False Oracle
    4. May Amun Walk Beside You
    5. Aya
    6. Gennadios the Phylakitai
    7. End of the Snake
    8. Egypt's Medjay
    9. The Scarab's Sting
    10. The Scarab's Lies
    11. Pompeius Magnus
    12. The Hyena
    13. The Lizard's Mask
    14. The Lizard's Face
    15. The Crocodile's Scales
    16. The Crocodile's Jaws
    17. Way of the Gabiniani
    18. Aya: Blade of the Goddess
    19. The Battle of the Nile
    20. The Aftermath
    21. The Final Weighing
    22. Last of the Medjay
    23. Fall Of An Empire, Rise Of Another
    24. Birth of the Creed
  5. Abilities List
  6. Crafting
  7. Side Quests
    1. Siwa
    2. Lake Mareotis
    3. Alexandria
    4. Kanopos Nome
    5. Sep-Meh Nome
    6. Sapi-Res Nome
    7. Giza
    8. Memphis
    9. Saqqara Nome
    10. Faiyum
    11. Faiyum Oasis
    12. Uab Nome
    13. Atef-Pehu Nome
    14. Herakleion Nome
    15. Green Mountains
    16. Kyrenaika
    17. Marmarica
    18. Isolated Desert
    19. Phylakes' Prey
  8. Loot Treasure Locations
    1. Siwa Locations
    2. Iment Nome Locations
    3. Lake Mareotis Locations
    4. Alexandria Locations
    5. Kanopos Nome Locations
    6. Great Green Sea Locations
    7. Sep-Meh Nome Locations
    8. Khensu Nome Locations
    9. Sapi-Res Nome Locations
    10. Ka-Khem Nome Locations
    11. Giza Locations
    12. Ineb-Hedjet Nome Locations
    13. Memphis Locations
    14. Saqqara Nome Locations
    15. Faiyum Locations
    16. Faiyum Oasis Locations
    17. Uab Nome Locations
    18. Haueris Nome Locations
    19. Atef-Pehu Nome Locations
    20. Im-Khent Nome Locations
    21. Herakleion Nome Locatons
    22. Libue Locations
    23. Green Mountains Locations
    24. Kyrenaika Locations
    25. Mesogeios Sea Locations
    26. Marmarica Locations
    27. Paraitonion Locations
    28. Qattara Depression Locations
    29. Isolated Desert Locations
    30. Great Sand Sea Locations
    31. Black Desert Locations
    32. White Desert Locations
    33. White Desert Oasis Locations
    34. Desheret Desert Locations
  9. Papyrus Mysteries
  10. Stone Circle Locations
  11. Trophy/Achievement List and Guide
  12. Acknowledgments and Additional Information


Assassin's Creed Origins FAQ and Walkthrough
Author:Nikola Suprak
System:PS4, Xbox One, PC
Email:nikolasuprak (at) gmail (dot) com

Hello and welcome to the official Assassin's Creed Origins walkthrough here on GameFAQs. This is (hopefully) your repository of all things Assassin's Creed Origins related, and if you have any questions about this game I hope you can find the answer here. This guide has sections for every main quest, every side quest, and every location, the latter two are divided up by region. This FAQ also comes with a full trophy guide in addition to sections for some other important parts of the game.

There are a couple of things you should know before opening up this guide, though. First, there will be spoilers for the story here. I will not spoil anything happening in upcoming quests (I'm not a jerk like that), but I will be describing what is going on in the current quest. As long as you don't read ahead, you will be fine, but do not skip ahead to see what is coming unless you want to risk the story being spoiled for you. Also, there are a couple of things this guide will not be covering. There is no DLC in this guide, and neither of the DLC packs or free add on side quests will be covered. Additionally, I will not be covering the chariot races. Partially because they don't really serve any purpose (other than a couple of trophies, which are covered in the trophy section) and partially because they're, well, boring. Finally, this doesn't cover the arena fights in any great detail. Some aspects of them are covered in various sections of the guide, but a large portion of them are completely extra and don't really accomplish anything. Everything else here is covered in its entirety though, and I may consider adding sections later on depending on what the demand is.

Beyond that, have some fun. This is one of the best Assassin's Creed games in quite some time, so have some fun exploring and assassinating and doing all the things an assassin would do. This guide should lead you through all the trickier parts of your adventure, and you and I are going to tackle the challenges of Ancient Egypt together. But in case you're in a hurry and need the CliffsNotes version of things: keep stabbing people until there are no more people left to stab. I think that's the official creed of the assassins, at least.

Finally, if you found this guide helpful, please consider clicking "YES" on the "Would you recommend this FAQ?" link above. I'd appreciate it, and I promise to give you a high five so epic it will blow your mind and reverberate throughout time if we ever meet. Thanks again for reading this guide, and have fun stabbing your way throughout all of Egypt.

Assassin's Creed Origins is the tenth (!) major installment in the Assassin's Creed franchise. While it doesn't completely reinvent the franchise, this game definitely introduces some new concepts and really helps it stand out in comparison to some of the past games. It keeps its action-adventure core, complete with all the sneaky assassination goodness you want, but it adds some light RPG elements to the mix. This really is a game about exploring, about taking your time, and about seeing what fake ancient Egypt has to see and to do.

Importantly, the story here is largely stand alone. Yes, there are references to some of the past games at times, but these are very minor and the plot itself can largely be enjoyed as a stand alone adventure. I personally had not played any since the Ezio trilogy, but I did not feel lost at all in terms of the actual plot. Thus, this is a great jumping in point for anyone new to the series and don't let the fact that you aren't familiar with the past titles dissuade you from giving this one a try. If anything, this is one of the best times to jump into the series in recent memory because this is a really enjoyable adventure, and it even corrects some of the mistakes of the past games.

And with that, it's time to jump into the fun stuff.