Each story arc will launch as a series of episodic adventures, with new episodes releasing approximately every six weeks.
Ubisoft said it plans on regularly releasing free narrative content.
There's a catch though, it's cloud-based, and the announcement was only made on the Japanese version of the Nintendo Direct, meaning Assassin's Creed Odyssey Cloud Version is a Japan exclusive. All of this content will be free for everybody who owns the game.More news: Student killed in twin bomb attack near Afghan girls' school
Assassin's Creed Odyssey will feature two story arcs included in the Season Pass which will release in the form of episodes. Learn more about the backstory of the Assassins and why they choose to fight from the shadows. It is now unknown if Ubisoft plans to release in other territories, but given the game's absence from other region streams, it seems doubtful. Starting December 2018, episodes will be released approximately six weeks apart.
The Fate of Atlantis is the second story arc DLC. Additionally, all players will have access to recurring free in-game events that introduce challenging enemies and daily quests. In a surprising saga filled with twists and turns, players will get even closer to Greek mythology and the First Civilization.
If you want to get cut a break on the $40 Season Pass entrance fee, there will be several bundles available including Gold, Digital Ultimate, Medusa, Spartan, and Pantheon Editions, which all include the Season Pass and other goodies. The Season Pass comes with the various special editions of the game, and will also be sold separately. We were pretty impressed by what we discovered, so here are 7 Things you can do when you start Assassin's Creed Odyssey.More news: Check out the official iPhone XS, XS Max and XR promo videos
Many more updates: New monstrous and mythical creatures to defeat and a New Game Plus mode presenting new challenges and the ability to see how different choices affect players' stories.
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