Even though Assassin's Creed: Origins is just more of the same runny-stabby platforming, the developers painstakingly recreated Ancient Egypt to the point that you can see every facial blemish on the Great Sphinx of Giza.
With so much detail put into the open-world sandbox, Ubisoft decided to milk it for all it's worth by introducing Discovery Tour - a combat-less and objective-free mode where players can partake in up to 75 guided tours of Egypt's celebrities, culture, and locations.
Each tour takes you on a different path, with checkpoints playing narrated segments about a specific topic of your choosing. They aren't linear either- players can veer off and wander on their own as dozens of the game's different characters. If you're like any sane person, switch off Bayek and explore Egypt as a local child. Citizens will get a kick out of a child out-parkouring a trained Assassin.
Discovery Tour is now available as a free update for Assassin's Creed: Origins owners no matter which platform you play it on. Alternatively, the mode can be bought as a standalone purchase via Steam and Uplay (which nobody uses) for $19.99.