HOW TO GET THE TOMB OF KHUFU ANCIENT TABLET IN ASSASSIN’S CREED ORIGINS
As part of a series of quests in Assassin’s Creed Origins, players will need to find several ancient tablets. Arriving in Giza, Bayek must enter the largest of the three pyramids to locate the tomb of Khufu ancient tablet. Navigating the inside of Khufu’s labyrinth of dark tunnels isn’t simple in Assassin’s Creed Origins and it’s very easy to get lost.
Entering the tunnel from the side, move forward until you arrive at a torchlit fork in the road. Take the left path and be sure to ignite your torch so that you can see ahead of you. Continue down the tunnel, veering to the right and then upward until you are faced with a small passageway to crawl through. Emerging on the other side, face right and walk to the back of the room where you will see another small passageway on the right wall, crawl through.
Now in a chamber littered with ancient artifacts, walk through and approach the inscription on the wall with two statues on either side. To the left and right of these statues are two square stones embedded into the wall. Strike both of these to break them and reveal an opening above the inscription in the middle. Climb up and walk through to the other side where you will discover a tomb and the glistening ancient tablet. Interact with the tablet by pressing X (PS4) or A (Xbox One) and watch a short cutscene.
You have now obtained the Tomb of Khufu Ancient Tablet in Assassin’s Creed Origins. Simply retrace your steps and exit the pyramid.
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