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Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Assassin's Creed Odyssey
Assassin's Creed Odyssey



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The epic-size action-role playing game Assassin's Creed Odyssey shines as a huge journey across a spectacular and breathtaking open world on a scale we've rarely seen. With so few concessions between quantity and quality, Odyssey leaps ahead of its predecessors to become the series' most outstanding game.

The 2018 action role-playing video game Assassin's Creed Odyssey was developed by Ubisoft Quebec and released by Ubisoft. It is the eleventh main entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise and the sequel to Assassin's Creed Origins, which was released back in 2017.

The game, like its predecessor, has a wide-open world and contains many aspects of the role-playing genre, with more focus on combat and exploration rather than stealth.

You can play either as Alexios or Kassandra, Greek mercenaries and heirs of the Spartan king Leonidas I, at the start of the game. After that, you can freely roam a big open world set in Greece on foot or on horseback after finishing the main campaign.

As you go across the world, you'll come across numerous NPCs who will assign you side quests to complete. You may also find buried treasures, wipe out strongholds and camps, discover tombs, explore tombs, and much more.

Unlocking synchronization points at multiple places across Greece that function as fast travel points is also possible. Through exploring and hunting wildlife, you may gather numerous crafting supplies such as iron ore, wood, leather, metal, and rare stones. Other optional side activities include participating in a gladiatorial arena and completing timed bounties and contracts that grant you experience points and equipment.

While the main campaign missions follow the mercenary as they try to reconnect with their family and end the Cult of Kosmos, you'll also have to deal with mysterious Atlantis monsters and cultists.

Athens and Sparta rule over different parts of Greece. If you murder the nation's leader, kill soldiers of their army, destroy war supplies, or raid their nation's chests, you can weaken an area. After you do so, you can join a conquest fight to help either the assaulting or defensive side. Winning the battle will earn you significant treasure and gear, as well as various potential endings to the plot.

If you commit a crime in public, such as stealing or injuring an innocent civilian, a bounty is set on your head. NPCs known as Mercenaries will then come after you, with the option to either kill them, pay your bounty, or murder the character who placed the bounty on them.

There are two types of melee attacks: light and heavy. Light attacks are quick but weak, while heavy attacks are slower but powerful. You can also parry or evade opposing strikes. To fight enemies, melee weapons including spears, large blunt weapons, daggers, swords, and bows and arrows can be used.

You might also need to put on some armor. gloves, helmets, and boots.  The game includes a weapon and gear system where each weapon and piece of armor you wear has unique statistics and offers different benefits. Their rarity and level of them determine their strength and effectiveness.

For completing missions, both stealth and open combat are reasonable options. You may use Leonidas' spear to assassinate soldiers quietly or knock them unconscious to recruit them for your crew. Ikaros, a golden eagle, may be summoned to assist in scouting by highlighting opponents and items in the area.

You gain experience points as you accomplish tasks, which lets you access new skills and powers. "Hunter," which focuses on ranged strikes with a bow and arrow, "warrior," which relies on weapons-based combat, and "assassin," which concentrates on stealth and quiet take-downs, are the three skill trees.

How to play

Odyssey, like the other games in the series, has a modern-day story that follows Layla Hassan, an Assassin and former Abstergo researcher introduced in Origins.

Layla's purpose, with the help of fellow Assassins Victoria Bibeau, Kiyoshi Takakura, and Alannah Ryan, is to use data processed by her portable Animus device to locate the Staff of Hermes Trismegistus and the lost city of Atlantis. The device tells a hidden legendary narrative about the Peloponnesian War, which took place between Greek city-states.

The historical storyline of the game takes place between 431 and 422, four centuries before the events of Assassin's Creed Origins and the formation of the Hidden Ones, forerunners to the Brotherhood of Assassins.

Assassin's Creed: Odyssey's main storyline consists of nine chapters. Each chapter contains multiple quests that need to be accomplished to proceed through the plot. Below you will find a list of all the main missions included in the game.

● Chapter 1 Main Storyline Quests:


So It Begins

Debt Collector

An Eye for an Eye

Fancy Guests

Penelope's Shroud

The Big Break

● Chapter 2 Main Storyline Quests:

Learning the Ropes

Equal Employment Opportunity Program

A Journey into War

The Athenian Treasure Trove

Crumble and Burn

One Man Army

The Athenian Leader

The Final Push

The Wolf of Sparta

● Chapter 3 Main Storyline Quests:

Onwards to Phokis

The Wolf's Fate

Snake in the Grass

Consulting a Ghost

The Truth Will Out

The Serpent's Lair

● Chapter 4 Main Storyline Quests:

Memories Awoken

Welcome to Athens

A Venomous Encounter

Escape from Athens


Perikles's Symposium

Drink Up

Oil and Love

● Chapter 5 Main Storyline Quests:

To Find a Girl

To Help a Girl

Port of Lawlessness

Monger Down

First Do No Harm

The Doctor Will See You Now

The Priests of Asklepios

Enough is Enough

Written in Stone

A Heart for a Head

Speak no Evil

Ashes to Ashes

The Island of Misfortune

Abandoned by Gods

And the Streets Run Red

Athens' Last Hope

● Chapter 6 Main Storyline Quests:

A Mother's Prayers

Death and Disorder

Quarry Quandary

The Paros Blockade

Unified Front

● Chapter 7 Main Storyline Quests:

Home Sweet Home

Bully the Bullies

One Bad Spartan Spoils the Bunch

Delivering a Champion

The Contender

The Long Game


To Kill or Not to Kill

White Lies and Blackmail

Gluten Free

Judge, Jury, Executioner

The Conqueror Part 1

The Last Hunt of Nesaia

The End of Drakon

The Fall of Deianira

The Last Fight of Aristaios

The Conqueror Part 2

A Bloody Feast

The Battle of Pylos

● Chapter 8 Main Storyline Quests:

Doing Time

An Actor's Life For Me

A-Musing Tale

Battle of Amphipolis

● Chapter 9 Main Storyline Quests:

Where it All Began

Dinner in Sparta

The breathtaking landscapes and magnificent Mediterranean coastline provide a visual spectacle unlike any other. It's a massive game that veterans and newbies alike may revisit or take on. Although a game like Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is meant to be customized to the player's preferences, it's always a good idea to start with some useful tips.

● To Unlock Synchronization Points

The map of Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is massive, and navigating across it can take a long time. It is, nevertheless, always worthwhile to investigate it as thoroughly as possible.

Make a point of visiting all of the synchronization spots that will appear on the map. This will not only increase the number of quick travel places, but it will also expose the locations of side quests, weapons, armor, and other items.

● Constantly Change Gear

The enemies, loot, and treasure in Odyssey are determined by your character's level. So if you uncover a fantastic set at level five, it won't last long.

However, there is some good news: the gear will continue to improve with time. So it's alright if you don't get one of the best weapons or gear in the game right away; they will be even better once you acquire them later.

● Hull Upgrades

Odyssey's seafaring fights have returned, and it's a good idea to spend some time investing in the ship's hull.

You may hire lieutenants for your ship in Odyssey. As a result, the ship's stats will grow, making naval combat more effective for Kassandra or Alexios. You can appoint up to four lieutenants at once after upgrading the hull, increasing the stats even further.

● Make Use of Sparta Kick

One of the most satisfying skills in the game is Sparta Kick. The Sparta Kick is a "legendary kick" that uses a well-placed kick to throw enemies back.

Even stronger foes may be taken out in an instant with the kick. Simply toss them down a cliff or a tall structure, and they will die. This is especially useful when dealing with an enemy who absorbs damage or if the player character doesn't do a lot of damage.

● Save the Leaders and Mercenaries

You'll notice an unusual snippet of dialogue after battling a particularly challenging mercenary or leader as you go through the game. Some of them are despicable individuals who deserve to die, yet mercy has its benefits.

They volunteer to work onboard the Adrestia if you spare them; some of them have legendary abilities as the ship's lieutenant or even as crew members. Remember that several of the primary missions take place on the high seas, and having a superior crew will greatly assist you in progressing.

This brings us to the end of the article for today. Please share your gaming stories in the comments section below so that we may all benefit.


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