Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has slowly expanded with new side missions and mercenaries battles, and while those might have been welcome diversions, they were a little light on story. The game’s first DLC, Legacy of the First Blade, launched its debut episode today. It’s a solid addition to the game, bringing tough challenges, introspective writing, and welcome connections to the rest of the series.
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I am living the true modern gaming experience these days when I fill the empty moments during Assassin's Creed Odyssey load times by playing the mobile game Assassin's Creed Rebellion on my phone. I won't keep this up for long. Rebellion is too much of a Modern Mobile Game for my taste, but I've discovered I'm a sucker for its revival of some classic Assassin's Creed moves.
The comically large map of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which players can spend well over 100 hours exploring without doing all of its quests and clearing all of its caves and forts, won’t expand outward with the game’s first expansion. That’s a change from how the series has handled downloadable add-ons in in the past.
I don't like getting lost in video games. I love to explore and find secret treasures in the depths of a virtual world, but I'm methodical about it. It's why I use the map in Metroid, and it's also why I only travel in straight lines in Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Even when it makes no sense and results in a slower and more inconvenient journey.
It’s been over a month since epic mercenaries were originally planned to arrive in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and the game has finally received its first one.
These unique battles, which grant special rewards and in-game currency, could be a chance to highlight Odyssey’s combat system and challenge players to adopt new tactics. Unfortunately, the first mercenary fails to live up to their epic pedigree.
It’s been one month since Assassin’s Creed Odyssey released, allowing players around the world to live out their lifelong fantasies of fighting sharks and hunting down cultist.
Between discussions of microtransactions, cancelled live events, and new quests, the game continues to generation discussion and grow bigger with each passing day. Here’s what’s happened since release.
I’ve kicked so many people to death in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Off hill tops, mountain ledges, and temple roofs. I can’t help myself. In this latest entrant in the stealth series about assassinating historical figures, stealth is no longer the most important skill, and assassination attacks no longer guarantee success.
So I’ve fallen back on Odyssey’s only guaranteed lethal manoeuvre: a perfectly planned stiff heel.
Yes, Red Dead Redemption 2 is the new hotness, but another blockbuster game was released this month too: Assassin's Creed Odyssey. This is particularly relevant for the PC-bound, who are missing out on all the frontier shenanigans. Doesn't mean we can't all share a laugh as Honest Game Trailers picks Ubisoft's latest apart. Spoiler warning!