On top of that, the level cap's being increased from 50 to 70, and Ubisoft says that any experience that you've gained while at level 50 will be retroactively added to your total once the update hits. The studio has laid out its plans for November, and they include lots of new content along with quality-of-life tweaks. The first highlight is that we will be getting some new story content in the form of the Lost Tales of Greece. It lets you get a side-gig as an actor, performing a not-quite-accurate depiction of the Battle of Thermopylae, specifically the last stand of the 300 Spartans. You can unlock rewards, and Ubisoft warns that you may want to keep a save before you take on a quest so that you can see the different outcomes. Player can challenge the beast on November 13 through the new quest The Lightning Bringer.More news: Rockstar has a workaround for Red Dead Redemption 2's missing people bug
Moreover, Ubisoft will add Stéropès the cyclops as a new Legendary boss, a new storyline quest (Divine Intervention), a new boat to fight every two weeks to win boat and orichalcum, as well as an option at the forge to buy an armor item and choose the design.More news: Michigan Proposals 2 and 3 have passed
More Epic Events are in the works as well featuring Epic Mercenaries and Epic Ships, for those over level 30. All this new stuff also means the level cap is being raised by 20. If you've already progressed past level 50, any excess XP will automatically grant you new levels and ability points.More news: Why Mel B cried after Spice Girls reunion announcement
We worked on a new balance in order to decrease costs to upgrade gear in-game.