Who would have thought? Apparently, the educational Discovery Tour of the last two “Assassin’s Creed” games is very popular and has already inspired a large number of players.
Learning can be fun, as the Discovery modes in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Origins prove. Schools use the mode, in which one can explore the historical past of ancient Greece playfully and free of violence, in the meantime even for the history lessons. This has turned into an unexpectedly great success for the developers of Ubisoft.
Discovery Tour thrilled 2.3 million players
Since the beginning of the series, Assassin’s Creed is celebrated worldwide for its historical accuracy and the way story comes to life. No matter which epoch we went through in the skin of an Assassin or Templar and climbed through, it was actually every time educational experience.
The Discovery Tour, integrated into the most up-to-date offshoots in the series, has added even more significance to the whole, allowing you to playfully experience the finely crafted game world of ancient Egypt and ancient Greece in a completely non-violent mode.
Over 2.3 million players were already enthusiastic about it. With this number, the mode even surpassed even the DLC statistics of “Assassin’s Creed Origins”. Apparently, some players are not just fighting and quests, but also a bit of education.
A pleasure for students – and students
Apparently, many students already enjoyed the game series and sometimes used it as a source of knowledge. Thanks to the non-violent Discovery Tour, however, students can now also enjoy the uniquely staged information without the teacher having to suspect an approaching attack.
“Assassin’s Creed Odyssey” will probably not be the last part of such a mode. However, it is not yet known in which epoch we will arrive.