As you might expect the game looks gorgeous, and certainly a lot brighter and more colourful than numerous games in the franchise.
One of the big showstoppers though is that Assassin's Creed Odyssey will have dialogue options and able to choose what your character is saying.
Heavy emphasis was placed on the fact that Ubisoft wants this to be an epic RPG experience, and the new features are meant to make this Assassin's Creed more RPG-y than ever before.
From Assassin's Creed to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six, Ubisoft has proved deft at provided games in many different genres to gamers all over the world and doing it well.
Recently announced by the publisher is a follow-up to 2017's Assassin's Creed Origins - called Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Considering this puts it out roughly a year after Assassin's Creed Origins, we can only assume that, at least for the time being, Ubisoft has chose to jump back into its annual release schedule for the series. Just as we got to meet Julius Caesar and Cleopatra in Origins, your character will meet some prominent Greek figures in Odyssey such as Socrates.
A batch of Assassin's Creed: Odyssey screenshots has been accidentally leaked ahead of E3 2018.
As always, sequels will be front and center, with The Crew 2 launching at the end of the month, The Division 2 coming early next year, and Beyond Good and Evil 2 deep in development. Naval combat will also play a huge role, much like Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag-expect to destroy enemy ships with fire arrow barrages, waves of javelins, or full-speed naval rams. "Embody an insatiable pirate captain, dive into the battle for the ruling of the Indian Ocean and become the most feared pirate, alone or with your gang of up to 5 players", a description of the game on its Steam page reads. AC Odyssey is set in Greece, and will be out this October.
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