Despite the fact that the update plan ended last October, the work of Ubisoft was updated again to incorporate these additions.
The odyssey is not over, or at least that follows from Ubisoft’s latest move. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey stopped updating after the content and enhancements plan was finalized, a roadmap that was developed throughout the year 2019. However, the French company has released a new patch, 1.5.4. With a size between 3 and 4 GB (depending on the platform), the developers fix some bugs and add a set of armor and weapons inspired by the Viking era.
It does not take much to the head to relate the Northerm Traveler’s Set with the new installment of the saga, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Thus, before the Vikings invade medieval England, players will have the opportunity to dress up Kassandra or Alexios with the most northern equipment.
We’re releasing #AssassinsCreedOdyssey Title Update v1.5.4 tomorrow, July 16!
– Assassin’s Creed (@assassinscreed) July 15, 2020
A war between brothers
This video game was developed by Ubisoft Quebec for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Later it was also featured on Google Stadia. Set in classical Greece, at the time of the Peloponnesian Wars, Odyssey tells a fictional story that intermingles with a real historical context. It is a dark time for the Hellenic world, since the two powers of the time, Sparta and Athens, fight in an internal war for hegemony. At the same time, a mysterious cult pulls the strings in the shadows, so the character must unravel all those puzzles.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, by contrast, is developed by Ubisoft Montreal. The French studio follows in the footsteps of Origins and offers an RPG adventure in an open world. This time the protagonist (or the protagonist) is Eivor, a Viking warrior who travels to England with his clan. The objective? Find a new home. However, wars between kings will also overtake them, so they must raise arms against their enemies.
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