Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: E3 2018 Official World Premiere Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: E3 2018 Official World Premiere Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

Watch the world premiere of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey set in ancient Greece, a world rich with myths and legends!
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Embark on your journey from humble beginnings to living legend as Alexios or Kassandra. Customize your gear, upgrade your abilities, and personalize your ship on your path to becoming a Spartan hero.

From the heights of snowy mountain peaks to the depths of the Aegean Sea, explore an entire country full of untamed environments and cities at the peak of Greece’s Golden Age. Unexpected encounters will breathe life into your story as you meet colorful characters, battle vicious mercenaries, and more.

Your decisions shape the world around you with over 30 hours of choice dialogue and multiple game endings. Experience a living, dynamic world that constantly evolves and reacts to your every decision.

Show off your extraordinary warrior abilities and shift the tides of battle during one of the deadliest conflicts of the time, the Peloponnesian War. Charge into epic clashes between Sparta and Athens in big battles pitting 150v150 soldiers against each other.

Find uncharted locations, uncover hidden treasures, or fight your way through entire fleets in naval battles. Customize the look of your ship, upgrade weaponry to suit your strengths, and recruit crewmembers with unique perks, tailoring naval combat to your style.

Discover a world rich with myths and legends. From ancient rituals to famed statues, come face to face with Greece’s legendary figures and discover the true nature of mythological beasts like Medusa and the Minotaur.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: E3 2018 Official World Premiere Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

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82 Responses

  1. Murdock723 says:

    How is this Assassin’s Creed?

    • Murdock723 says:

      @Beast Warlock
      That would be an interesting setting for an Assassin’s Creed game. It was a little out of place at the beginning of Unity though. But I still think that the middle ages could make for a good game.

    • kankunation13 says:

      Beast Warlock unity’s was way past middle ages. It was in the early-modern/pre-industrial era.

      The only game to take place in the middle ages was the first assassin’s Creed.

    • Murdock723 says:

      kankunation13 we know that Assassin’s Creed Unity took place during the French Revolution. However, if you remember correctly, when you load up Assassin’s Creed Unity for the first time, and only the first time. You are thrown into a random story in the Middle Ages, in the middle of some kind of a castle Siege. And you end up interacting with a sword that is a piece of Eden. And then you never interact with that character or point in time ever again. Which is why I said It felt really weird and out of place. That’s the Middle Ages that we are referring to. Not the rest of the game which is during the French Revolution.

    • kankunation13 says:

      Murdock723 ah.

      Yeah must have forgotten that. Most of unity was a blur to me.

    • Zoë Dunning says:


  2. Petra says:

    Since when Assassin Creed got mythical creature?
    I thought Assassin Creed at its core is based on real history, not fantasy.
    And my other question is, we got to play the same person but we can choose different gender and name. So which one is canon and which one is not because if they record this Assassin’s history in a book, they can’t mention that this Assassin had different genders and name in the history book.

    Since this game is based on Level Progression, are we unable to do backstab or death from above like Ezio did due to the enemy’s level is higher than ours? and some weird skills like shockwave? really? this ain’t God of War.
    I knew Assassin Creed is not a realistic game but this; this is just doesn’t make any sense.

    Edit: I did some research and since Hippocrates is in there so it was taken place somewhere in 400 BC, long before AC: Origin exist. So this is basically not even Assassin Creed, it just a game about Spartan.

    • Comrade Shea says:

      Petra Assassin’s Creed had mythical elements since the ending of Assassin’s Creed

    • HoNoR Me says:

      Adam Streat in all these comments finally someone with common sense. Thank you this game looks amazing they always have a play an find out how this story is involved. Seems alot of people just want to be told right off the bat how this game is involved in the series what fun is that? Lol

    • JDAWG GAMING says:

      I’ll alert game theory right now!

    • mureaper says:

      Dude previous assassins creed games had aliens freaking magical items …so its not very realistic lol. Its more mythology

    • unknown says:

      if we go backwards in time then ur right

  3. TaylorGang says:

    Spartans tonight we dine in hell!

  4. Ben The Grizzly says:

    The only thing ubisoft isnt doing right at the moment

  5. Beast Warlock says:

    The past few years Ubisoft has been unashamedly trying to make their own Witcher 3. It’s hurting the Assassins Creed franchise. It’s unrecognizable now.

    • Ratty And Bird says:

      Beast Warlock How is it like the Witcher 3? It’s just an RPG game. That’s the only similarity I see.

    • Jmoney18123 says:

      Ratty And Bird origins clearly took inspirations from the Witcher 3, like the world explorations, quests etc. this game seems to be rehashing origins and adding dialogue options which was also from the Witcher soooo… yea I’d say this was pretty inspired by the Witcher

  6. hi tech says:

    damn ac has lost its identity

  7. Colinbb09 gaming says:

    So we’re given a relic right off the bat? As a payable weapon? WHO THE HELL THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA

  8. حمزة جروزني says:

    I cant play as a disabled lesbian who kills inferior men?….. No buy for me

  9. Will Dean says:

    No hoods, no hidden blades, and no logo anywhere. How is this Assassin’s Creed again?

    • Nightcide says:

      Will Dean there was a hood did you even watch the conference? You unlock it later probably, this assassin is a Greek warrior that turns into an assassin, or atleast that’s my theory of the story

    • Nightcide says:

      Will Dean also hidden blades may be too technologically advanced for the era but I’m sure they’ll have some sort of hidden blade though most likely not mechanical. And really? You’re complaining for the lack of a logo on a game that hasn’t come out yet?

    • Snow says:

      They still have hoods

    • bennyhaha19 says:

      Alucard Hellsing templars and assassins have been fighting wayyyyyyy before ac 1

    • Zoë Dunning says:

      Because this story PREDATES THE ASSASSINS. And he is wearing a hood in one scene.

  10. ASQD GAMING says:

    RIP Assassins, this is a new IP

    • Turbokana ! says:

      Elfezen yeah but ancient rome

      in origins bayek said

      “Greece has fallen, Egypt also, and Rome will fall too”

    • Slow Winter Nuts says:

      Alucard Hellsing
      There were still individuals and groups that shared similar ideologies of the Templars and Assassins that have clashed throughout history. We first seen them in Origins, and they are most certainly not the last, as (according to at least the Monterrigioni statues) there are still more proto Assassins throughout history

    • Keadas says:

      @Alucard Hellsing Actually the first ever Assassin organisation was Crypteia or Krypteia from Sparta.

    • Alex Hein says:

      You don’t know what ip stands for don’t you

    • Snow says:

      Its about the order of ancient still same timeline so same IP

  11. Al K says:

    Sorry but you lost me with Origins. Beautiful world, boring gameplay, shitty combat, and a levelled world preventing exploration. Been an AC fan from the start but a pretty map doesn’t hide the ugly game with AC in the title for marketing that feels nothing like it’s predecessors.

    Thanks for the ride.

    • Al K says:

      gb benner

      The gamer in me wants to push you on that but I appreciate your comment and we all have our own opinions and tastes. Cheers 🍻

    • Eclipsion says:

      I respect your opinion, but honestly, Origins wasn’t even that bad. The gameplay wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t the best, the combat was improved a lot, the controls were a fresh start to bringing the series back, and there was a ton of things to explore, such as tombs and pyramids. I doubt you ever even played Origins, if you did, the time you played isn’t enough to judge the game this much. Don’t base your opinions over a walkthrough on youtube. Odyssey looks just as good, maybe even better.

    • Kyle B says:

      Origins is where it lost you? You were fine with Rogue, Syndicate and Unity, but not origins? Origins isn’t a perfect game. Far from it, actually. But it was step in the right direction. They addressed many issues that series has had since the beginning. Not all of them were resolved but at least they’re addressing them and trying instead of just putting out the same game with a different title every year. I respect your opinion but my goodness if you’re saying Origins was worse than Rogue, Syndicate or Unity you are out of your mind lol

    • Eclipsion says:

      Master Zexus It’s not even that accurate though.

    • Al K says:

      Kyle B

      Never bothered with Rogue.

      Syndicate and Unity were quite similar in a lot of ways but I seem to remember everyone trashing Unity more because of the glitches than anything else. I like the revolutionary France setting and some other things about it and thought it got a bit of bad press. The investigation side of it was a bit too Arkham but offered some variety, and open architecture was something that was long overdue (another point that Origins lost on actually).

      With Syndicate I was losing interest while enjoying some parts of it and I actually liked the idea of having characters to choose from. It was a mixed bag. When Origins came along it seemed like an interesting change but for me it ended up being a massive let down. A pretty package but kindof empty inside if you catch my drift.

      So yeah, the games had their flaws but Origins was the final straw.

  12. FromHyrule says:

    Hopefully we see Alexander.

  13. Haseeb Dhera says:

    first, they have taken out “creed”… now there are no more “assassins”

    • grant brown says:

      Haseeb Dhera thats because at the time of this game the assassins had just started or were in the process of starting in egypt, it hadnt crossed over to greece yet so yeah he isnt technically an assassin but i think the game will still turn out to be pretty good,origins was great lets hope this one will be too

    • Bobamke says:

      This game is probably a technical test for a big future title.
      If they don’t have Assassins in it, They can test out a lot of new things and mechanics without hurting the lore too much… and they’ll see what we think about the new things, so the big title later will have a bigger impact and will be better.

    • Keadas says:

      @Tangerineguy702 Minerva= Greek goddess Athena

    • con geo says:

      ur just salty cause there is nothing more superior than a spartan

    • TheMasterhimmy says:

      Haseeb t

  14. VibrantBass says:

    Honestly, I’ll buy this game just because of how beautiful the map and landscape will be

  15. Sdfghjklllifds Lctyigsdfgbnmbccxsa says:

    1:27 Please tell me that isn’t Athens

  16. JAX says:

    ASSASINS CREED ODYSSEY: 300 EDITION…….👍👍👍⚔💀⚔💀⚔💀⚔💀⚔💀⚔

  17. Little Kimmy says:

    So how many trailing missions will be in this one?

  18. Nicholas Hartshorn says:

    Man, Nintendo really went overboard with this Mario Odyssey sequel, I can’t even recognize Mario.

  19. sid assassin says:


  20. Our Founding Liars says:

    This secret society of assassins still exist today. Lil Peep actually assassinated Marshmello and assumed his identity. Keep asking questions.

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