Assassin's Creed Origins The New Kid in Town Quest - How to Find the Temple of a Million Years

Assassin's Creed Origins The New Kid in Town Quest - How to Find the Temple of a Million Years

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Roughly midway through the game, you'll happen across the Assassin's Creed Origins New Kid in Town quest, which directs you to find the Temple of a Million Years in order to bring the entire quest to a close. In this Assassin's Creed Origins New Kid in Town walkthrough, we'll direct you to the Temple of a Million Years location, as well as walking you through the entire quest in general.

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Assassin's Creed Origins New Kid in Town Quest Guide

To start with, you're going to want to have progressed far enough in Assassin's Creed Origins that you've reached the city of Letopolis. The city can be located in the region on Sapi-Res Nome, which is just to the east of Lake Mareotis. The Assassin's Creed Origins New Kid in Town quest has a recommended level for Bayek of 18, although it's entirely achievable at level 17.

Letopolis is where you'll encounter the Scarab.

To take on the New Kid in Town quest, head to the marker in Letopolis, and speak to Ramessu, who will then direct you to speak to Nehi, the titular new kid in town. Nehi will then send Bayek to retrieve his ox cart, which you should use Senu to spot once you come into close enough proximity, and then battle or evade the bandits to bring Nehi's cart back to him.

Once you've made it back to Nehi with his cart, he'll instruct you to head inside his house and examine the writing on the wall. Now, head back to Ramessu, the person who gave you the New Kid in Town quest in the first place, and he'll suggest you track down and speak to three other homeowners in Letopolis.

Use Senu to spot the three homeowners, and examine the writing on the inside of their houses just like you did with Nehi. Once you've done this with all three homeowners, you'll be given the objective of finding the Temple of a Million Years.

Assassin's Creed Origins Temple of a Million Years Location

Although the Temple of a Million Years location is actually unmarked on the map of Assassin's Creed Origins, it's fairly easy to find. Simply head west from Letopolis, into the sand dunes, and use Senu to search around nearby, until you spot a row of lion statues. It's hard to miss the lion statues when they're surrounded by nothing but sand, so don't worry about being in the correct position to find them.

The lion statues denote the entrance to the Temple of a Million Years, although be warned that there are several bandits and an actual lion patrolling the area. You can either fight or evade all the combatants around the statues, but to get inside the temple, head to the middle of the structure, in between the final two lion statues, and look for a narrow crack in the wall in which you can squeeze through.

The Temple of a Million Years in Assassin's Creed Origins doesn't have a complex layout, but you will have to battle some snakes, should you smash any of the containers lying around the area. Simply use the Animus Scan ability to find all four clues for the New Kid in Town quest - a statue of Sskhmet, a jug, a prayer, and a skeleton - and have Bayek wrap up the temple section in a short cutscene.

Now that you've found and completed the Temple of a Million Years, head all the way back to Nehi in Letopolis to bring a close to the New Kid in Town quest.

Hirun Cryer

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