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Ironically for a game set in ancient Greece, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is anything but Spartan. This epic-scale action-roleplaying game shines as a grand adventure through a magnificent and beautiful open world on a scale we’ve rarely seen. With so few compromises between quantity and quality, Odyssey vaults over its predecessors to become the most impressive game in the history of the series. Source-IGN Enjoy!!! ~O~
a topic posted ~phoenix~ in Games DiscussionFind and Hunt the Erymanthian Boar...!! Don't take it easy with this boar it can kill you with FARRTTTTT!!! I know don't judge me its too funny i couldn't stop laughing after watching this gameplay ? ? Fighting a Legendary Animal One of the biggest changes to Assassin's Creed Odyssey is the addition of the bounty system. Gone are the days of automatic desynchronization for bad behavior, now replaced with a seemingly infinite supply of elite warriors who's sole objective is to hunt you down when you've been naughty. Here are 5 things you need to know when taking on the Mercenaries of assassin's creed odyssey. Many people were discussing AC Origins and AC Odyssey is similar or not here is your answer!!!! Assassin's Creed Odyssey - The First Arena Fight PS: The only reason i am posting all at once is i don't want to spam the forum with AC Odyssey topic... share your thoughts and pls don't spam the topic keep it neat.??? ENJOY!!! ~o~
An inventive and deadly arsenal of weaponry is at the heart of any great action game, and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has a whole lot to choose from. Here are some of the best weapons in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey that we’ve found so far. We’ve included tips for all levels of the game, so you can dish out the damage from day one. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: best weapons for the early, mid, and late game An inventive and deadly arsenal of weaponry is at the heart of any great action game, and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has a whole lot to choose from. Here are some of the best weapons in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey that we’ve found so far. We’ve included tips for all levels of the game, so you can dish out the damage from day one. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Best Weapons – rarity In Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, you have two weapon slots: melee and ranged. As you progress through the game, you’ll unlock a second melee weapon slot too. There are four rarities of weapon that you can find throughout the Classical Greek World: Common, which are black, Rare, which are blue, Epic, which are purple, and Legendary, which are golden. All weapons have a “DPS” stat, which determines how much damage they do. Legendary and Epic weapons have the strongest DPS relative to their level and also give you the most stat boosts. Common weapons give you one boost, Rare ones give you two, and Epic weapons give you three. Legendary weapons also give you third, but the last one is a golden unique ability. Once you find a Legendary weapon, you unlock its Legendary Engraving, which means you can give its golden perk to any other weapon. Best weapons in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for the early and mid-game Throughout most of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, you’re going to be chopping and changing between different weapons as you progress through the levels. Any gear that you come across is going to be quickly outclassed by higher level equipment, which means you’ll always be finding new stuff to use. It’s not cost-effective to keep upgrading things at the blacksmith, so try not to get too attached. If you do want to search out powerful items early though, here are a few suggestions: On Kephallonia, during the Spear of Kephalos quest that you get from the Temple of Zeus in Sami, you can lie to the priestess once you’ve retrieved the spear from Melissani Cave and say that it wasn’t there. This means that you can keep the Spear of Kephalos, which is a Rare level item. This is super early to get hold of one, so you could keep hold of it and upgrade it for a while. If you do want to search out powerful items early though, here are a few suggestions: On Kephallonia, during the Spear of Kephalos quest that you get from the Temple of Zeus in Sami, you can lie to the priestess once you’ve retrieved the spear from Melissani Cave and say that it wasn’t there. This means that you can keep the Spear of Kephalos, which is a Rare level item. This is super early to get hold of one, so you could keep hold of it and upgrade it for a while. To get a strong legendary bow once you reach Phokis, head north to the Temple of Artemis. Here you’ll meet Daphnae, who’ll send you to kill the Kalydonian Boar. It’s a tough fight – which we’ve done a whole guide page for – but once it’s done you’ll get Artemis’s Bowwhich buffs your Bow charging speed and Predator Shot Ability. When you get the ability to go to Argolis, make your way to the northeastern area – the Palace of Agamemnon. In the west of this area you’ll find a fort called Mycenae. Inside of the Legendary chest in this fort you’ll get your hands on the Hammer of Jason. It’s a quality heavy blunt with an awesome golden perk: +20% damage with the Shield Break ability. It’s worth grabbing for the engraving alone. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey best weapons for the late game There are loads of rare and powerful weapons with exceptional abilities for you to uncover throughout your journey. A strong place to start is with the Pegasos set sword: Chrysaor. This Legendary sword has the golden perk of +25% damage after a perfect dodge, which by the late game hopefully you’ve gotten pretty good at pulling off. An interesting weapon is Pandora’s Kopis, which you get from killing the Nemean Lion. It’s Legendary perk is +100% damage and +50% health for Tamed Beasts, which opens up a whole new playstyle based around that character ability. Another strong weapon is the Dagger of Kronus, which deals +40% damage with attacks from behind. Being a sneaky assassin, this happens quite a lot. For a less subtle approach, try the Mallet of Everlasting Flame. This behemoth heavy blunt deals all weapon damage as fire damage – and well as boosting your fire damage by 20%. And last but not least is the Gorgoneion Xiphos, which has the unique ability of “Low chance to Stun on melee hit”. Combined with the quick attack speeds of a sword or dagger, this can end up helping out more than you think. Source; VG24/7
a topic posted sunny vodela in Games DiscussionAssassin’s Creed Odyssey has Evie Frye – here’s how to unlock her Assassin’s Creed Odyssey might take place centuries before any other game in the series, but Ubisoft is more than happy to let you enjoy some anachronistic cameos from previous series protagonists. Evie Frye, half of the brother-sister duo that headlined Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, can join your ship crew – here’s how to unlock her. Evie is unlocked via the Ubisoft Club, and she’s free – but you’ll need to have played a whole lot of Assassin’s Creed to get her. You’ll need to acquire the Master Assassin badge, which requires you to have 7,500 XP from across the series. Experience is earned through Uplay’s built-in achievement system – so if you’ve played previous games, the XP has accumulated automatically. You can get XP from pretty much any AC game on Uplay, though more recent games tend to offer greater potential rewards. Completing all the challenges in Origins would get you the necessary XP, and you’ll certainly meet the requirements if you’ve played a variety of other games in the series. (Odyssey’s own challenges count, too.) If you’ve met the requirement, you can claim Evie from the Ubi Club rewards page, then select her from among your ship lieutenants – naturally, you’ll have to have the ship unlocked in-game to be able to do that. width="580" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"> In addition to effectively wielding a spear during naval boarding efforts, Evie provides some nice stat bonuses while she’s among your lieutenants. Buffs include 9% to javelin damage, 15% to fire javelin damage, and 18% to all damage while health is low. The Assassin’s Creed Odyssey release date is set for October 5, though owners of the pricier Gold and Ultimate Editions can get in early this week. Either way, it looks like a strong new entry for the series. Thank/up vote if u enjoyed the content!