The Animus Control Panel is coming to the PC version of Assassin's Creed: Origins, which will let gamers tweak game parameters.
According to Ubisoft, this will let players create their own Assassin's Creed: Origins experience by adjusting certain rules within the game, such as an NPC's detection distance. This will create a unique playthrough that maximizes the Origins world by experiencing it many different ways.
Animus Control Panel On 'Assassin's Creed: Origins' PC
Players will be able to toggle and adjust with sliders a total of 75 game parameters in 11 categories, including NPC Fighting and Hero Fighting. Three pre-created presets, including God Mode as seen on the screenshot shared on the post, will be available upon release, but players will be able to make their own presets that they can also share with the community.
Ubisoft hasn't yet detailed just how far players can go, but the God Mode preset suggests that they will at least be able to adjust the speed of both NPC and hero, turn the Adrenaline Ability on or off, increase NPCs' melee damage, and more. Players will also be able to increase the maximum number of tamed animals and increase underwater breathing time by up to 400 percent.
"We will share more information about the Animus Control Panel and its dedicated forum closer to its release," the announcement reads.
The Animus Control Panel will be available later in April with an exact release date to be announced. It will be found on the Uplay Library page. It's yet unknown if the feature will be released for the console versions of Assassin's Creed: Origins.
Assassin's Creed: Origins April Update
Aside from the Animus Control Panel, this month's Assassin's Creed: Origins will continue the weekly rotation of Trial of the Gods. As in the case of March when Ubisoft added the hard mode, this month will also feature two Trials each week with one god on normal mode and another god on hard mode.
On April 3 to 10, players will fight Sobek on Normal and Anubis on Hard. The week of April 10 to 17 will pit players against Sekhmet on Normal and Sobek on Hard. On April 17 to 24, the gods to fight will be Anubis on Normal and Sekhmet on Hard. Lastly, the week of April 24 to May 1 will feature Sobek on Normal and Anubis on Hard.
Winning against a hard mode god will reward players with an Anubis item set.
Assassin's Creed: Origins is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.