Creed Origins

Assassin’s Creed Origins is Getting a God-mode Control Panel on PC

Assassin’s Creed Origins is Getting a God-mode Control Panel on PC

It was announced by Ubisoft, that Assassin’s Creed Origins players (on PC) who want to run around with unlimited health or three animal companions will soon be able to do so, when an officially sanctioned cheat-mode panel comes to the series for the first time.

Check out a screenshot of the new Animus control Panel, featuring all the options players can use to modify the game:

“The “Animus Control Panel” will allow players to adjust 75 parameters within 11 categories, and will roll out with three created pre-sets to let users start fooling around in-world immediately. Players will be able to share their packages of tweaks and adjustments with each other through an official forum, Ubisoft said.

Ubisoft stated in an article on their website:

Animus Control Panel

For the first time in an Assassin’s Creed game, players will be able to tweak some game parameters to create their own game experience, thanks to the Animus Control Panel for PC.

The Animus Control Panel will be deployed on PC later this month. Ever fancied having three animal companions? The Animus Control Panel is your go-to.

  • 75 parameters within 11 categories
  • Three pre-created presets available
  • Presets created by players can be shared on a dedicated forum
  • The Animus Control Panel is embedded in the Uplay Overlay

We will share more information about the Animus Control Panel and its dedicated forum closer to its release.

Trials of the Gods

We will be continuing the Trials of the Gods with their weekly rotation.

April 3–10 → Sobek on Normal + Anubis on Hard

April 10–17 → Sekhmet on Normal + Sobek on Hard

April 17–24 → Anubis on Normal + Sekhmet on Hard

April 24–May 1 → Sobek on Normal + Anubis on Hard

Based on the screenshot revealed today, some of the features include increasing movement speed by as much as 300 percent, changing the hero’s avatar, turning off desynchronization for killing noncombatant NPCs or turning off the assassination ability altogether for an extra challenge.

Again, this is only for the Windows PC version of the game; Ubisoft didn’t give a specific release date for the panel other than sometime in April.”

For more information on Assassin’s Creed Origins, visit its official website.

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