Assassin's Creed Odyssey level cap will be raised this month

Assassin's Creed Odyssey Free DLC Stories- The Lost Tales of Greece- Part 1

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey November updates include Steropes the Cyclops, level cap increase to 70, more

But for those who don't, Divine Intervention "will have you meet a mysterious woman who will test your qualities through several divine trials".

That's one of the weak spots for Ubisoft. The Mercenaries were half of these weekly events. Also, Ubisoft will raise the 50-level cap "by no less than 20 levels", add visual customization for gear, and include an auto-crafting option for arrows. A new underworld gear set, which looks incredible, will be added along with a new mount and new weapons coming later this month. No doubt, the highlight inclusions of the November content update are multiple new story missions and the appearance of a mythical monster from ancient Greek mythology. A quest called Lightning Bringer will appear in your quest log as you'll want to seek out this high-level challenge in his lair in order to potentially gain a Legendary Bow for your efforts.

What has started with Origins, is now fully realized with Assassin's Creed Odyssey. For players who are already at level 50, all the experience you've accumulated up to this point will automatically count towards the new level cap, and your progress should be updated accordingly. That is actually true. You're stronger, but you also look cool.

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If you want to skip the hassle of the store, the sales will also be available online starting Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 9 p.m. On Nov. 22, from 4 p.m.to 6 p.m. local time, Walmart stores will throw special Black Friday parties for customers.

Good stuff, but are you still exploring the Greek world?

Update 1.0.6 introduced the first Free Story DLC - The Lost Takes of Greece.

The Mercenary System also saw a nice improvement with numerous tears now providing significantly better boosts and perks compared to before. What the bloody hell does that mean, I hear you cry? You can learn more about accessibility in Assassin's Creed in our latest interview with Jonathan Bedard here!

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