The playability of Assassin's Creed is used in the exhibition of the National Geographic Museum of EgyptTime: Aug. 9, 2019
The National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC, has incorporated the gameplay of Assassin's Creed Origins Uplay CD Key in an exhibition on ancient Egypt.
Many people have praised Assassin's Creed: Origins for their realistic representations of ancient Egypt. The huge map contained many historical places and connections during the time. Assassin's Creed games have a history of historical precision, but recent titles have done everything possible to create meticulous replicas of ancient civilizations.
Apparently, attention to detail has been rewarded as a validation by the National Geographic Museum for the team. According to an editor, the exhibition presents a large screen that uses the Origins game to illustrate the daily life of this time. The exhibition seems to be part of the latest National Geographic exhibition of Queens of Egypt.
The exhibition features real artifacts from ancient queens of the time, including Nefertari, Nefertiti and Cleopatra. Virtual reality technology places visitors in a simulation of Nefertari's tomb. It includes seven different queens of the time, some of which were also present in Origins.
The team behind Origins spent a lot of time with the historical precision of the game world. Ubisoft had a research team during the project to ensure that ancient Egypt was as realistic as possible. The team even consulted historians to include real Egyptian tombs in the world of video games.
In fact, Ubisoft has extended the game shortly after its launch using a roaming mode without a fight. The mode included a guided virtual tour of the replica of ancient Egypt.