Today, an epicly long action RPG Assassins Creed Odyssey is getting on Microsoft''s PC Game Pass subscription system. The announcement was announced by surprise during this morning''s ID@Xbox stream at Tokyo Game Show, which I believe is appropriate for something to do with assassins. Odyssey''s predecessor Assassins Creed Origins was already on the Microsoft subscription service in June this year.
In the long run, Assassins Creed Odyssey was first released in 2018, but I hesitate to say it''s getting on a bit in case anyone believes im making a joke about ancient Greece. If you haven''t played it yet, then it certainly is huge. You can play as either Kassandra or Alexios, two Spartan siblings who end up in slaying hernanigans among the Greek islands of the distant past. In the end, Kassandra is excellent, and there
This isn''t the first subscription service that Assassins Creed Odysseys was included in. When Odyssey was the poster child for Googles Stadia, the games were also included in Ubisoft''s own Ubisoft+ service, along with the rest of the Assassins Creed series. It''s really well worth the effort to be digested as large amounts of gaming time.
As Kassandra enjoyed her many hours as well in 2018, but found it a little confusing. Even the main quest line is heavily supplemented by extensive work, and you don''t often have to visit new areas, or keep an eye on it once you''ve visited it, she said. Despite this, you get a lot of wonderful and fun stories, and some of them have real positive implications in the game.
Today, Assassins Creed Odyssey launches on PC and Xbox Game Pass. It''s also available for purchase from Steam, the Epic Games Store, and the Ubisoft Store for 50/$60/60.