The Assassin’s Creed Odyssey E3 2018 gameplay trailer was amazing as it is, but now hearing that this sequel will perhaps be the biggest and the best compared to its previous games, is something that has everyone all hyped up.
After Ubisoft concluded E3 2018, rumors and speculations started to take over the internet, from the changes in the gameplay to its story everything seems to have been discussed. Although, all these speculations were based on the limited details we knew, now though more interesting information has surfaced that will rip your heart right open.
The game director Scott Phillips was asked about the overall size of the map, to which he responded while revealing some really interesting details. He said that the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey map is the biggest the studio has ever built, so that leaves all the previous Assassin’s Creed’s in the dust.
It’s a bigger map overall. The biggest map we’ve ever built. It’s got a lot of sea, of course because we’ve brought back seamless naval. So there’s a lot of area to explore on the land and on the water. It’s a huge map filled with tons of content, places to explore, people to discover, stories to experience, and quest as well.
What really caught everyone’s eye was when he said “We built our own based around the same lines as Origins. We’ve got 50 levels of progression.”
So every time you kill or assassinate an enemy, you will get a different experience and when you discover various locations or complete quests, you will get more experience points and as your experience points increase, you will reach more levels. Reaching higher levels will grant you access to more versatile abilities.
Ultimately your game will keep on changing and evolve as you progress. Having said that, the director has promised a lot more content, places for you to explore and amazing stories, within the main story to experience.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is scheduled to roll out on October 5th for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.
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