Assassin’s Creed: Origins Gets A Chocobo Mount Thing!

Assassin’s Creed: Origins Gets A Chocobo Mount Thing!

Games publisher Ubisoft recently rolled out a free update for their latest Assassin’s Creed: Origins  action-adventure stealth game. Which comes with a new quest called, “A Gift from the Gods“, and rewards players with various Final Fantasy XV  themed goodies upon completion.

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Such items players can acquire with the latest quest include the Legendary Sword, the Ultima Blade and the Legendary Shield, Ziedrich, in addition to the new Legendary Mount, Kweh.

And Kewh here looks to have been cross-bred between a camel and a Chocobo, sporting a beaked head and feathers for a tail. You can check Kweh out for yourself, down below.

This is a continuation of the Ubisoft and Square Enix collaboration that began back in august with the timed “Assassin’s Festival” event for Square’s JRPG. Which came as free DLC for FFXV  that will run up until January 31st, 2018.

And it featured mini-games, Assassin’s Creed  like gameplay, as well as iconic assassin outfits for Noctis, Prompto, Gladiolus and Ignis.

For more on the game,  you can also check out our preview on Assassin’s Creed: Origins,  and its cinematic and launch trailers as well.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins  is now available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.


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2 comments on “Assassin’s Creed: Origins Gets A Chocobo Mount Thing!”


  1. ckmishn says:

    They “took a year off” to supposedly straighten things out, and came back with a game entitled “Origins” with progression around a levelling system, turning the game into a form of “looter shooter” (only with less shooting) in order to sell loot boxes.

    Oh, and the story makes even less sense now (no, I didn’t know that was possible either). Hey, though, the graphics look a little better, and for an open-world game it was only moderately buggy.

    And, this time, they put the story in close proximity to real historical events, but changed them and the behavior of those involved to fit into their narrative. Wow, so much has changed! :rolling eyes:

    Not a surprise then that, if they’re willing to rework the mechanics of their game to a level system just to sell loot crates that they would throw out their continuity to do a cross-promotion.

  2. Avatar Fexelea says:

    What the f…

    lol these crossovers are out of control

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