Review: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Ubisoft’s new Odyssey promises and maintains a lot, but the game can be much longer than it needs. From the moment you open Assassin’s Creed Odyssey you realize that this is not another game in the popular action series of Ubisoft. This is a game that represents the end of the change that the game has over the years from an open-world role-playing game similar to the Witcher or Horizon series: Zero Dawn. Even before the game came out he had already split the community on the one hand were those who claimed that this is a welcome change to the series of games and the other side, admire the old style just wanted another game in the style of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. So with an open world and a map twice the size of the previous game, I went out to check which side was right and whether all the hype about Assassin’s Creed was still justified. … One Operation One Plus One Gift The story of this game is a bit different from the previous games. In the game you can choose one of the two main characters, Cassandra and Alexius, who basically function the same in the story depending on who you choose to play with. I also chose Cassandra because I am in favor of women’s representation in computer games and also because from the experience of our correspondent in England it seemed that Cassandra had dialogues that were exactly right for her as a woman and I wanted to see how it affected the game myself. The story takes place during the Peloponnesian War of Ancient Greece, throwing your main character into the battlefield as a full-time hired .

As befits the game in the series, you will actually play in two formations, with the first and central being in the ancient world, and some in the real world where you will continue the story of Laila Hassan from the previous game of Assassin’s Creed Origins while trying to discover the secrets of the assassins and the first settlement of the Isu. As I mentioned earlier, the game takes place in Greece and suitably matches the series, contains a considerable amount of places, structures and historical figures. I will not spoil the players who have not played yet, but some of the characters you will discover in the game are very famous figures from the ancient Greek era and I am sure you will be happy to discover that they are there in the same way that we discovered that Leyondro de Vinci appears in Assassin’s Creed 2 or Black Beard in Assassin’s Creed IV – Black Flag. During the story your character will travel around the world, looking for answers to all kinds of questions that arise during the journey about her past, the fate of her family and more. The story can continue in many different directions depending on the choices you make in the game through the various dialogue options of your character, which is also one of the best things in this game in my opinion. The game makes a massive change from the familiar format of Assassin’s Creed’s games and continues the direction Origins has taken toward role-playing like The Witcher. This makes the game really no longer feel like an Assassin’s Creed game but to me it’s not a bad thing – it’s something the series had to do to refresh itself and I think the performance itself was relatively good with a world that’s really open enough where you can explore new places As you wish. If not the massive grind you’ll have to do. The Terrible Monster: Grindus Clausus The game is a role-playing game and as such your character will rise in levels, gain new abilities and new equipment and become stronger as a result. Experience Points To climb levels you will get to kill enemies, discover new places and of course finish major missions in the world of the game.

The game is quite smart and allows the player to match the various abilities to the appropriate game style by being able to reset his abilities at any given stage of the game. You built a character based mainly on fighting but do you prefer to sneak now? Reap your skills and focus on stealth. The problem with the rise in levels begins with the huge size of the game, which unfortunately the rabbi stands by. This is because Ubisoft chose to manage the progress of the game. Each primary mission in a game is tagged by the level you need to be in order to pass it properly, when you usually mean the level of the enemies you will have to deal with. If you are too low, the task will be much more difficult . At this stage the Grind work begins, in which you will have to raise levels to reach the desired level that will help you complete the task and advance the story. You will have to do lots of side missions and fight a lot in order to reach the levels you need to be in order to succeed and advance in the story. This is not the first time I see this happening, it is usually a game that requires the player to assimilate into the world of the game and play side missions to know more about the world of the game, but here the world is so big that the task of keeping up the pace Can feel like a real job: you get up in the morning, play an hour or more to reach a certain level, continue with the story, repeat it. If you want, Ubisoft gives you the option to buy boosters that allow you to go up levels faster, which makes the whole game feel a little bit more sour because it makes the game feel as if it’s aimed at it from the beginning (which may be the case,.

In the end those who will not want to spend money to go up faster levels will have to deal with a very slow pace of progress in the game. This is really a pity, because the game itself is very fun: the battle system of the game rewards tactical thinking and the proper use of the player’s abilities and less than the random buttons, when the different weapons can function differently in your battles. You have the choice between high-speed weapons with high DPS, slow weapons that can help you control the battlefield more, pressure and bow to download opponents from afar. Those of you who played at Origins can see that this time we have no defenders at all, which led me to call the Bloodborne game between the two games . The naval battles are back and like your main character, you can also upgrade your ship to do more damage, you can absorb more damage and more. The naval battles function in a very similar way to Black Flag so that if you are an amateur of the naval battles from that game like me, you will greatly enjoy walking around the islands of ancient Greece. The stealth system of the game also reveals itself as very effective in order to quickly eliminate opponents and take over buildings without being seen, and you prefer not to see you. The real Nemesis system Assassin’s Creed Odyssey does something that is roughly a combination of the system of enemies From the games Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War and combines them with the Tiers system that we see in every game today more or less to create the list Her mercenaries. The more you become notorious, either because you stole equipment from someone, you killed civilians or soldiers who control the various areas , or you tried to take over a certain fortress but you made too much noise and mess,. The number of mercenaries will appear at the bottom of the screen in a form similar to that of the GTA games, when I reached the fifth and highest level, which led to a very nervous cat and mouse game with a sword that was 4 levels above me .

Once you kill a mercenary, you will raise the ranking of the mercenaries of Greece, which leads to different bonuses in the game and in addition you can take the equipment of that mercenary and strengthen yourself, but do not worry, if you get involved you can simply pay the mercenary through the main menu to save yourself pain Head down and reset the hunt for you. I mentioned this at the beginning of the article, but the game takes place during the Peloponnesian War in which the Spartan bloc fought against the Athenian bloc. During the game you will move from helping one side to the other side, when in the middle of the game I have stopped following who I am supposed to really help. The game retains the mantra of the assassins in the series of games: “Nothing is true, everything is possible,” which may explain why I help Spartans in one part of the game and then simply dismantle them in another part. This is just another mechanics in the game, when here it feels very useless and harmless. A world with the beauty of Aphrodite So yes, you are going to spend hours and hours in this game just to finish it, but considering how beautiful it is, I do not think you will suffer too much. This is one of the most beautiful games on the PS4, and in my opinion the most beautiful game in the series. The world of ancient Greece is different from the world of Egypt in the previous game and presents more green environments full of vegetation with many different animals that revolve around the map. The days in the world of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey look amazing in what makes every swim and every battle a real experience. I assume that just like me you will also make a great use of the Photo Mode option that the game gives and shoots all kinds of amazing pictures from this game.

What comes along with the visual beauty of the game is also an auditoric beauty . The soundtrack of the game combines ancient Greece with the classics of the assassin games series and also adds new music of its own to bring you into the atmosphere of battles in ancient Greece. The dubbing of the various characters, Maxandra and Alexius and the various sub-characters is very good, although I would be happy if you had the option to play a game with Greek dubbing – the original language – similar to games like Assassin’s Creed 2 and Assassin’s Creed Unity that made it feel more connected The world I play in. Something that makes me feel connected to the game is the new Exploration mode. I recommend you try playing a game like this , because it gives the player the reins in trying to figure out where he should go this time without giving him intentions and tell him where to go. The game will tell you that your next goal is in the northern region of X, and you will have to find and find it with your senses, your space orientation and your hawk, Icarus that can hover in the air and mark your enemies, friends and location on the map. I really enjoy options that allow you to download almost any sign that you’re playing a game and just live the world of the game. Bottom line Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a good game. I would say very well: the story is interesting, the graphics are breathtaking, the music is appropriate for Assassin’s Creed’s stunning games and the transition to a role-playing game in an open world is done in an excellent way with an emphasis on many side missions and lots of places to visit in the world of ancient Greece.

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