Where in 2018, the Assassin's Creed series goes full-on RPG. Turning back the clock to whatever year Assassin's Creed 2 was release there were two things that I wanted to see after playing it. One, for the series to go to Greece for obvious reasons, and two to get the same detailed action, open-world, and visuals but all wrapped up in a Bethesda Style RPG. Assassin's Creed Odyssey is looking to do just that.
With your ship acting as your home base, being able to play as either a male or female protagonist, and getting to decide and choose how to respond and shape the stories you come across.
Check it out.
Developed over the past three-years by Ubisoft Quebec, be sure to read our extended hands-on preview which goes into further detail on all of the above.