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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a 2018 action role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft Quebec and published by Ubisoft. It is the eleventh major installment in the Assassin’s Creed series and the successor to 2017’s Assassin’s Creed Origins. Like its predecessor, the game features a large open world and adopts many elements from the role-playing genre, putting more emphasis on combat and exploration than stealth. Naval combat from previous titles in the series also plays a prominent role in Odyssey. The game’s setting, while fictional, is based on real-world events. It tells a mythological history of the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta from 431 to 422 BC. Players control a Spartan mercenary, who fights on both sides of the conflict, as they attempt to find their family and eliminate the mysterious Cult of Kosmos. Odyssey also continues the story arc of Layla Hassan, a major character introduced in Origins, who relives the mercenary’s memories through the Animus device as part of her efforts to locate a powerful artifact on behalf of the Assassin Brotherhood.
Development of the game commenced shortly following the release of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Following in the footsteps of Origins, Odyssey facilitated the transition of Assassin’s Creed into a series of action role-playing games by introducing player choice mechanics. Compared with other games in the series, Odyssey has a larger focus on historical mythology, and a smaller focus on the conflict between the Assassins and Templars, which is the central narrative element present in most Assassin’s Creed games. Throughout the game’s development, the team was inspired by other contemporary RPG titles including The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and Fallout. The music of the game was composed by The Flight.
Odyssey was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 5, 2018. It received generally positive reviews from critics, with praise for its gameplay, graphics, characters, role-playing elements, and world design, but was criticised for its overambitiousness, pacing, and the inclusion of microtransactions. The prioritization of role-playing mechanics over traditional Assassin’s Creed elements also drew a mixed response from critics and players. Odyssey was a commercial success, selling over 10 million copies worldwide by March 2020. Ubisoft supported the game extensively following its launch, releasing two story expansions Legacy of the First Blade and The Fate of Atlantis and a free Discovery Tour mode, which includes a series of guided tours that allow players to explore the world of Classical Greece for educational purposes. Odyssey was followed in November 2020 by Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which features a historical setting in medieval England and Norway during the Viking expansion across Europe and concludes Layla’s story arc.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is an action role-playing video game played from a third-person perspective. At the beginning of the game, the player can select to play as either Alexios or Kassandra, Greek mercenaries and descendants of the Spartan king Leonidas I. In addition to completing the story campaign, players can freely explore a large open world set in Greece on foot or on horseback. As the player explores the world, they will encounter various non-playable characters (NPCs) who give players side missions to complete. They also discover locations of interests, clear out fortresses and camps, explore tombs and shipwrecks, and collect hidden treasures. Synchronization points in various landmarks in Greece, which serve as fast travel points, can also be unlocked. Players can also collect various crafting resources, such as iron ore, wood, leather, metal, and precious gems, through exploration and hunting wildlife. Other side activities players can undertake include competing in a gladiatorial arena and completing time-limited bounties and contracts. Unlike the previous games in the series, Odyssey offers two modes of gameplay: Guided mode shows the player the locations of their objects immediately using waypoints, while Exploration mode tasks players to find out the locations themselves after being given brief clues from other NPCs.
While the main campaign missions follow the mercenary as they reunite their family and stop the Cult of Kosmos, additional questlines task the players to defeat mystical creatures from Atlantis and take down cultists. As the game is set during the Peloponnesian War, Athens and Sparta control various parts of Greece. An area can be weakened if the player assassinates the nation leader, defeats members of their army, burns down war supplies, or pillages their nation chests. When a region is weakened, players can join a conquest battle to aid either the attacking or the defending side. Winning a battle will earn the player valuable loots and gears. Joining the attacking team is a more challenging experience but it will offer more gameplay benefits. A bounty is placed on the player character if they commit a crime such as stealing or hurting an innocent bystander in public. NPCs called Mercenaries will then arrive to hunt the player character, who can either kill the mercenary, pay the bounty, or assassinate the character who place the bounty on them. Each area has a recommended level. The player may be easily overpowered if they venture into an area too early. However, the game’s difficulty is scaled in accordance to the player’s level. When interacting with other NPCs, players can select various dialogue options, including the option to develop a romantic relationship with some of them. At key moments of the game’s campaign, players make crucial decisions which can affect the course of the story and lead to several different endings.
Odyssey‘s story begins in 480 BC, where King Leonidas leads the Spartan army against a Persian charge during the Battle of Thermopylae. The skirmish is won, but Leonidas is informed by a captured enemy that the Persian army has learned of the mountain path and will surround the Spartans by morning. Nevertheless, Leonidas resolves to hold off the Persian advance. In 2018, Layla Hassan recovers Leonidas’ spear and extracts from it the DNA of his grandchildren, Alexios and Kassandra, to be used for her Animus to find the location of the Staff of Hermes Trismegistus. Whichever sibling is selected by the player (and therefore, by Layla) is designated as the Eagle Bearer.
On the island of Kephallonia, The Eagle Bearer is recruited by a mysterious merchant named Elpenor to assassinate the “Wolf of Sparta” in the polis of Megaris, and departs Kephallonia after befriending a naval captain named Barnabas and assuming command of his ship, the Adrestia. During their time in Megaris, the Eagle Bearer learns that the “Wolf of Sparta” is in fact the sobriquet of Nikolaos; that Nikolaos is not in fact their biological father and has another adopted son, Stentor; and that their mother Myrinne left Nikolaos and Sparta shortly after the incident at Mount Taygetos. The Eagle Bearer travels to Phokis to confront Elpenor, who reveals himself to be a member of the Cult of Kosmos and is aware of their lineage as the grandchild of King Leonidas. Disguised with Elpenor’s mask and robes after killing him, the Eagle Bearer infiltrates a secret Cult meeting in Delphi where they discover that their younger sibling had survived the fall from Mount Taygetos, but is corrupted and twisted as part of a plot orchestrated by the Cult of Kosmos to become their champion known as Deimos. Accompanied by Barnabas and Herodotos, the Eagle Bearer embarks on an extended journey across the Greek world and eventually reunites with Myrinne, who had assumed the alias of Phoenix as the oligarch of the polis of Naxos. Myrinne persuades her eldest child to convince the Spartan regime to reinstate their citizenship and ancestral estate, and continue undermining the Cult’s activities in the Greek world together.
The Eagle Bearer later encounters and fights Deimos at the Battle of Pylos, but is captured and taken to Athens, where Kleon enjoys popularity as a leader of the city-state following the death of Perikles years prior. Once there, Kleon is revealed to have been a cult member all along. The Eagle Bearer successfully escapes captivity and thwarts Kleon with the help of their Athenian allies. The Eagle Bearer later joins Brasidas’ Spartan forces in confronting Kleon’s Athenian army at the Battle of Amphipolis, where the leaders of both armies die in battle, thus heralding the end of the first half of the Peloponnesian War. Depending on key decisions made by the player at predetermined points of the game’s narrative, the Eagle Bearer either redeems or kills Deimos at the game’s ending, and their actions also have a direct bearing on the fates of their extended family members and determines whether they will have a successful family reunion for the main plotline’s epilogue.
Prior to the conclusion of the Peloponnesian War, the Eagle Bearer destroys the Cult’s pyramid-shaped artifact and discovers that their original leader is Aspasia, whom they can kill or spare. At some point during their lifetime, the Eagle Bearer also meets their biological father Pythagoras, who is revealed to be a descendant of the Isu like Myrinne and Leonidas, and inherits the Staff of Hermes from Pythagoras to safeguard the secrets of Atlantis, gaining biological immortality in the process.
In the present, Layla encounters the Eagle Bearer, who warns her that the world needs balance between the Assassin and Templar Order ideals; either side prevailing over the other will result in the world’s doom. Layla also learns that she is the prophesied one who will bring balance between the concepts of chaos and order. The Eagle Bearer gives Layla the staff before dying.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was developed by Ubisoft Quebec. Development of the game commenced shortly following the release of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (2015). The game marked the transformation of Assassin’s Creed from an action-adventure stealth game to an action role-playing game, a transition that began with Assassin’s Creed Origins (2017), developed by long-time series developer Ubisoft Montreal. Origins marked the series’ transition into a larger open world with a larger emphasis on player’s progression, while Odyssey further facilitated this transition by introducing role-playing elements and choices. Origins was released a year earlier than Odyssey, and this allowed the Quebec team to incorporate changes to the game after listening to players’ feedback. Similar to other Ubisoft games, numerous other developers from around the world participated in the game’s development. The game was co-developed by Ubisoft’s studios in Montreal, Bucharest, Montpellier, Singapore, Shanghai, Chengdu, Kyiv, and Pune. External studios including Spearsoft and Technicolor also provided additional assistance. The game was declared gold on September 14, 2018, meaning it was being prepared for duplication and release.
Narrative and art design
Similar to other games in history, Odyssey was inspired by history. Ancient Greece was one of the most requested regions by fans of the series, and the era of the Peloponnesian War was chosen as the setting because it allowed the team to introduce well-known historical figures such as Socrates, Leonidas and Hippokrates. The works of Herodotus, who was described as the world’s first historian, served as an important inspiration and foundation for the team when they were creating the game’s world and story. To ensure that the game feels historically authentic, the development team embarked on a ten-day field trip to Greece and visited locations including Sparta, Delphi and Athens. While the team took more than 13,000 photos during the field trip for research, they also made use of the Streetview function of Google Earth to study the Greek ruins. Each region was given a unique visual characteristic. The game’s art style intentionally deviated from the popular depiction of ancient Greece, which was often filled with desaturated and monochromatic colors. The team was divided into a world design team and a level design team. One focused on making the world as historically accurate as possible, while another team focused on what was most enjoyable for the players. Both teams were guided by Stéphanie-Anne Ruatta, an in-house historian for Ubisoft. In addition, the team consulted historians in the UK, Canada and Greece.
Despite this, some parts of the game deviated from history. For instance, while real-life Spartans led minimalist lifestyles, the team added a lot of landmarks and decorations to Spartan cities in an effort to make them more grand and warrior-like in order to align with players’ expectations. As some of the locations were already destroyed in real life, the designers created these buildings and landmarks themselves. Since the game was set farther in the past than most of the other games in the series, the team had much less material to rely on and had to introduce more original characters. As the game is set in ancient Greece, the team felt compelled to feature Greek mythology predominantly in the game. The monsters that Hercules encountered in his adventures were used as the foundations for the creatures featured in the game. Sphinx, the Cyclops, the Minotaur, and Medusa were chosen as bosses as the team believed that they are the most well-known monsters from the Greek mythology. According to Ruatta, Greece’s status as the birthplace of democracy and philosophy was contrasted with landmarks based on Greek gods and mystical figures. This contrast helped reflect the conflict between “chaos” and “order,” which is a central theme established throughout the Assassin’s Creed series.
According to world director Mel MacCoubrey, the game is an “epic Greek tragedy” and features a personalized story about “a family that has been torn apart”. MacCoubrey described the two potential player characters as “compassionate,” “strong-willed,” and “passionate”. The story also discusses how the two characters, Alexios and Kassandra, find their place in the world and transcend to the status of Greek heroes. Alexios and Kassandra were portrayed by Michael Antonakos and Melissanthi Mahut respectively. Antonakos joined the cast before Mahut. The two met each other in Quebec City and discussed the two characters’ perspectives of the Greek world and their family ties. During the audition process, the team were looking for Greek actors, or actors with Greek ancestry. Elias Toufexis was chosen to portray both Leonidas and Nikolaos. During his audition, he was asked to read out a script from The Godfather with a Greek accent instead of the game’s actual script to ensure that the game would not be leaked early. In 2020, a report from Bloomberg alleged that Ubisoft, in particular the marketing department and Chief Creative Officer Serge Hascoët, had tried to minimize the role of female assassins in a number of Assassin’s Creed games. Initially, Kassandra was expected to be the sole playable character in the game, but the option to play as Alexios was only added to satisfy the demands of the executives. The team also added romantic interests into the game. According to creative director Jonathan Dumont, the romance featured in the game was optional and the tone was kept relatively light-hearted. Characters can be romanced regardless of the gender of the player characters. While the team believed that these options made the players’ journey more personalized, it is up to the player to decide if they want to pursue a relationship.
To add player’s agency, players need to make important choices during certain points of the game. The team created more than more than 30 hours of interactive cutscenes. The team was influenced by other open world RPGs such as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout, all of which give players a lot of freedom. However, these choices would not affect the grand schemes of history and only shape the hero journey of Alexios or Kassandra. For instance, larger events such as the Plague of Athens will occur regardless of players’ input. The role-playing journey was inspired by Homer’s epic poem Odyssey, and the dialogue system introduced in the game was inspired by the dialogues of Plato. To give players more choices, the game is set 400 years before Origins, which depicts the establishment of the Assassin’s creed. This means that the player character will not inadvertently become involved in the events of that game, thus granting them additional freedom when they are interacting with the world and the factions in the game. The team also designed the world to be responsive to the players’ actions. For instance, unlike previous games in the series, the player would no longer “desynchronize” when they hurt innocent NPCs in the game. Instead, powerful mercenaries arrive to hunt the player as a consequence of their actions. This system is similar to the “nemesis system” introduced in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (2014), as each mercenary has their own routine, strengths and weaknesses. The team believed that this system allowed the game to remain persistently challenging. The game will not inform the players when they have made an important choice, and the consequences of a certain action may not be immediately shown. Initially, the team incorporated a system that tracked how many players selected which option and let the player compare their choices to the rest of the player base, but this feature was ultimately scrapped.
The development team made multiple changes to the gameplay systems. After listening to player feedback regarding Origins, the team decided to include difficulty scaling in Odyssey. Consumables can no longer be bought in Odyssey, but they can be activated during combat to provide players with a small boost. While the hit-box system from Origins returns in Odyssey, the game features a faster combat system. Players are required to be more agile, and actions such as parrying, dodging and rolling are encouraged. As the player character is equipped with the blade of Leonidas, a First Civilization artifact, the team wanted players to feel overpowered and adopt a more offensive playstyle. To further facilitate this, players can no longer carry a shield to block attack like they did in Origins. The accumulation of adrenaline in Odyssey is also significantly faster than that of Origins. Like other aspects of the game, the team wanted to give players more freedom and choices. As a result, players can experiment with different customization options, and freely choose how they want to approach their objectives. The team also introduced procedurally generated quests for the players and recorded 20,000 dialogue lines for this system. The team had to substantially redesign the naval combat systems featured in Origins for Odyssey, as the transition from land-based combat to naval combat needed to be seamless.
The musical duo of Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, collectively known as The Flight, served as the game’s composers. The two previously composed the music for the multiplayer portion of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (2013). Since Odyssey is a massive role-playing game, the team described the music composition process as an intimidating challenge, especially since they were not given a lot of time to complete the production of the game’s soundtracks. The team listened to Greek and Mediterranean folk music for inspirations, but did not listen to the scores of other games in the series. One exception was “Ezio’s Family,” which was present in nearly all games in the series. The team purchased and used dulcimers, lyres, panpipes, and a bouzouki during the recording process to give the music “a strong geographical stamp”. Each region featured in the game has its own musical styles. For example, the Athenian homeland utilizes homophonic melodies to elicit a stately, dignified atmosphere which is fitting for the birthplace of democracy. The main theme, “Legend of the Eagle Bearer” was composed in an hour, but battle themes such as the track “On The Battlefield” were more challenging for the team and took more time.
The game was leaked in May 2018 after the French site Jeuxvideo received a keychain containing the name Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on it. The game was officially announced at E3 2018. Google partnered with Ubisoft for the promotion of streaming service Stadia (then codenamed “Project Stream”). Players who playtested Odyssey on Stadia for an hour would receive a PC copy of the game for free. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 5, 2018. A Nintendo Switch version was announced during the Japanese September 2018 Nintendo Direct. This version of the game is a cloud-based title which launched on the same day as the other platforms, but in Japan only. The game features reversible cover art which allows the player to display either of the two playable characters. Several special editions of Odyssey including bonus in-game content and additional items have been released.
The game’s season pass includes two downloadable content (DLC) stories spread across six episodes as well as remastered editions of Assassin’s Creed III and Assassin’s Creed Liberation. Despite the game’s single-player nature, Ubisoft adopted a “game as a service” model for Odyssey and released a significant amount of content for the game after its release. The team was split into three: one team worked on quality-of-life changes, another worked on free content, and the last team developed the paid DLCs. The release schedule of DLC content was inspired by other Ubisoft games such as For Honor, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and Tom Clancy’s The Division. The two sets of paid DLCs are Legacy of the First Blade and The Fate of Atlantis. Legacy of the First Blade reveals that the Eagle Bearer is the ancestor of Amunet through the consummation of their relationship with the surviving child of Darius, a Persian freedom fighter based on the historical figure Artabanus of Persia. Darius is pursued by the Order of the Ancients, another clandestine organization who are the precursors of the Templar Order, determined to bring order to the world by force and hunt down individuals with Isu heritage whom they brand as “Tainted Ones”. The Fate of Atlantis follows Layla as she relives the Eagle Bearer’s activities as the keeper of the Staff of Hermes and encounters with members of the Isu civilization. Ubisoft also periodically released new story-focused missions known as the “Lost Tales of Greece” for free. A New Game Plus mode was released on February 29, 2019. Additional costumes and ship lieutenants, such as those based on previous protagonists of the series including Ezio and Bayek, were released for free. Quality-of-life changes, such as the option to adjust difficulty scaling and the introduction of mastery levels, were also introduced. A story creator mode allowing players to create and share custom-made quests was released in June 2019. Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece, an educational mode that lets the player choose between roaming the world of Ancient Greece to learn more about its history and daily life or embarking on guided tours curated by historians, was released in September 2019.
A novelization of the game, which stars Kassandra as the protagonist, was released on October 5, 2018. In May 2019, Ubisoft launched “Beyond Medusa’s Gate,” a location-based virtual reality experience in 100 locations in Europe and North America. The positive critical reception to Odyssey prompted Ubisoft to greenlight Immortals Fenyx Rising, which features various gods and monsters from Greek mythology.
In August 2021, Ubisoft released a patch for Odyssey, which boosted the framerate to 60fps on Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5.
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