Well we don't need to wait until Ubisoft's press conference on Monday for a better look at Assassin's Creed Odyssey. But what's most exciting is that you'll get the opportunity to choose who you can play.
From all the footage and cut scenes shown, Assassin's Creed Odyssey will bring players through incredible landscapes and prominent ancient landmarks rendered as they must have looked in their heyday. Both have the same backstory, so you don't have to worry about missing out on any key story elements.
Moving on to the heavy artillery of Ubisoft E3 2018 conference we find Skull and Bones, which also got two trailers, one of which bore gameplay footage after it as well.
To keep that RPG blood flowing, that classic feel of the role playing game genre also continues with how the combat and gear upgrades are shown.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey is set to launch on Xbox, PS4 and PC on October 5.
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The gameplay is very much like what you could do in Assassin's Creed: Black Flag. A few information about its story has been revealed along with a handsome trailer showing its vast world and vibrant colors.
One of the big showstoppers though is that Assassin's Creed Odyssey will have dialogue options and able to choose what your character is saying. But, more importantly, it makes some much-needed changes to the classic Assassin's Creed mould.
Although ultimately, it appears you'll still be charting the course of an adventure from an "Outcast mercenary" to a "Spartan hero", so it remains to be seen whether the choice aspect of the game will be consequential, or merely icing on the cake. The game features everything from the "snowy mountain peaks" to the "depths of the Aegean Sea", according to Ubisoft, which says it set the game during Greece's Golden Age.
"In numerous screenshots, you see missions instructing you to fight, kill or weaken the Athenians".