Details: Spent about seven hours playing through it. More information can be found at https://assassinscreed.ubisoft.com/game/en-us/home
For the most part, this DLC is lackluster. However, I cannot deny that it’s pretty to look at. The art department knocked it out of the park with Judgment of Atlantis. It’s the writers and scenario makers that sucked with this one.
Details: Played through it in about eight hours. Official site is https://assassinscreed.ubisoft.com/game/en-us/home
Torment of Hades is the second episode of The Fate of Atlantis DLC and takes your protagonist to the Greek Underworld. Though the world is slightly smaller than the world in Episode 1, the writing is a little better and contributes to an overall better experience.
Details: Beat it in about eleven hours. More information can be found at https://assassinscreed.ubisoft.com/game/en-us/home and https://store.ubi.com/us/assassins-creed-odyssey—the-fate-of-atlantis/5cae4a290c8ee4942c287a10.html?lang=en_US
Fields of Elysium is the first of three parts of The Fate of Atlantis, which is downloadable content (or DLC for short) for Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. There are some new elements, but it’s mostly more of the same gameplay. The new areas are beautiful though.
Details: This is a review of Legacy of the First Blade, the three part downloadable content for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Each of the three episodes took me about three to four hours to get through. More information can be found at the official site here: https://assassinscreed.ubisoft.com/game/en-us/odyssey/dlc/legacy-of-the-first-blade
Legacy of the First Blade is the first piece of paid, downloable content for Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. The second being The Fate of Atlantis, which has not been released yet. It’s a decent story, though predictable.
Details: This is a review for the base game and all the free downloadable content that came with it. Played the game for about ninety hours. Official site is https://assassinscreed.ubisoft.com/game/en-us/home
The Assassin’s Creed franchise has always been a warm blanket to me. I’m familiar with the tone, the atmosphere, and the gameplay generally established in this series. Which is why I was very curious about how different things would be in Odyssey. The last Assassin’s Creed game I played what Syndicate, and things have become substantially more like a role playing game since then. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey feels a lot like The Witcher 3, and that’s a good thing. Odyssey is an adventure and I enjoyed that adventure very much.