Ubisoft has canceled one of the first live events of Assassin's Creed Odyssey. The NPC "Damais The Indifferent" was due to appear in the game this week, but did not. Delays and cancellations are unfortunate, but Ubisoft's tweet about this instance offers a certain ease to mitigate the blow.
"Rumor has it that Damais saved at the very last minute," Ubisoft said in a tweet. "Apparently he was intimidated by the idea of confronting the Misthios, and he'll give you a fair fight as soon as we find him."
PSA: This week's live event has been canceled ̵1; sorry for the inconvenience
It is rumored that Damais has saved at the last minute. Apparently he was intimidated by the idea of meeting the Misthios. He will give you a fair fight as soon as we track him down. ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/8NkluGgPkw
– Assassin & Creed (@assassinscreed) October 17, 2018
While the Damais The Indifferent event was canceled, Ubisoft adds a new one " epic ship "added" to the game on October 23. You will find this ship in the Aegean .
Odyssey launched earlier this month for PS4, Xbox One, PC, (and Nintendo Switch in Japan) and it has been a great success, breaking sales records for Ubisoft.
Ubisoft promises the "biggest and most ambitious" episode in Odyssey's franchise history, including two new storylines, Legacy of the First Blade and The Fate of Atlantis each contains three episodes that are published episodically, this content is paid, but Ubisoft also offers all players a third story, the Lost Histories of Greece, free of charge.
GameSpots Review by Assassin & # 39 ; s Creed Odyssey rated the game as 8/10
"Assassin's Creed Odyssey's ambition is admirable, resulting in the rich attention to detail for the era and in the approach to the multi-layered narrative strong protagonist at the top, "said reviewer Alessandro Fillari. "While his large-scale campaign – starting at over 50 hours – can sometimes be tiring and some features may not have the desired effect, Odyssey is making great strides in its vast and dynamic world, and it's a pleasure to embrace its ever-changing environment and to leave traces. "