Assassin’s Creed Origins Developers Pick Photo Mode Favorites

Assassin’s Creed Origins Developers Pick Photo Mode Favorites

Assassin’s Creed Origins Photo Mode enables players around the world to share their experiences in the vast and beautiful world of ancient Egypt, and the creators of the game have taken notice. Four members of the Assassin’s Creed Origins development team have selected some of their favorite shots from among the legions of captivating images out there, and you can check them out below. To peruse more shots from Photo Mode or to share any Assassin’s Creed Origins photos you’ve taken, be sure to visit the Photo Mode page on the official website, and be sure to check out the details for the Photo Mode contest that starts December 7.

Raphael Lacoste

Assassin’s Creed Franchise Art Director

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“It’s really interesting to see how players can be creative with the photo mode. Some are literally taking pictures with ‘National Geographic Photographer eyes,’ catching moods, landscapes, and scenes with wild animals using the long lens. In this particular one, I don’t feel like I am watching a videogame. This shot is pretty stunning.”

Source: User Jdowny from Ubisoft forums

Assassin’s Creed Origins Developers Pick Photo Mode Favorites | DeviceDaily.com

“In this photo, we can see how big and massive our world is! And the view is only showing a part of the Nile delta region…
I really like this aerial view of the swamp lands in Heraklion and the beautiful composition of the Eastern Mountain range in the background.”

Source: Josh Overton

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“Assassin’s Creed Origins is about Egypt, not just immersion in an ancient world, but also meeting mysterious ancient gods! This image shows us the epic scale of our Anubis boss. Bayek seems ready to defeat him ;)”

Source: Crimson Gargoyle

Ashraf Ismail

Game Director

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Source: Danolaf

Assassin’s Creed Origins Developers Pick Photo Mode Favorites | DeviceDaily.com

“These two shots just scream ‘Egypt’ and ‘Assassin’s Creed’ to me!”

Source: ????ZZ

Jean Guesdon

Creative Director

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“I like this moment captured from our living world, just a donkey carrying baskets.”

Source: Flickr PhilGPT

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“This shot conveys a great sense of power, as well as some beautiful details.”

Source: Heraldry100

Bruno Guerin

Live Content Director

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“This stunning close up on the horse’s eye shows how much details matter. It’s not all about grand vistas of the world.”

Source: Jaeqri

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“There’s nothing like a foggy tomb with dim light and a close focus to give you the creeps.”

Source: Tex1090

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“The water is gorgeous from above and underneath. Great angle to take advantage of the light and the distortion of objects from the other side.”

Source: Gunzers6

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“Bayek fleeing the sandstorm on horseback makes for a colorful sight, very well-framed and saturated here.”

Source: LegionHare

Assassin’s Creed Origins is available now for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Learn more about the epic adventure by catching up on our previous coverage.

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Chris Watters loves to captain tall ships, drive motorbikes off cliffs, and fight cassowaries. Video games have made his life a lot more manageable. He is a former host and writer at GameSpot, the author of The Gamer’s Bucket List, and now an Associate Communications Manager for Ubisoft. Follow him on Twitter at @CTWatters.

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