Back in October, Square Enix put on the Assassin's Festival in Final Fantasy 15, letting players pick up gear and costumes inspired by the Assassin's Creed series for Noctis and crew.
It's been ten years since the release of both World in Conflict and the original Assassin's Creed (which seems unbelievable, considering how many mainline and spin-off Assassin's Creed games have come out since).
Two new quests are included with the Origins December update, the first of which, Here Comes a New Challenger, adds the Horde mode.
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The blog post also teases a new surprise quest.
A new title update will be released in December.
Not enough challenge? If you were one of the people who managed to take on the the gods Anubis and Sobek, you can now try and take down the final god: Sekhmet. "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag" and "World in Conflict" should remain on the user's account even when promotion has ended as long as they've been downloaded correctly, as per PCGamesN.
If you fancy downloading the rip-roaring, piratical high seas adventure (which I still reckon is the best Assassin's Creed game, but then I'm easily swayed a peg leg and a palm tree), it'll be available between Monday December 11th and Monday December 18th.