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Gods and Monters

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The creators of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey are about to release a game that looks like it’ll be just as captivating! Looking somewhat like a spiritual successor of Odyssey but with visual elements similar to Breathe of the Wild; God’s and Monsters is a brand new IP built with Greek mythology in mind. You will play a forgotten hero, called upon to save the gods themselves!

 Gods and Monsters Trailer

Typhon and his creatures are out to take Zeus’s throne..

“Embark on a journey to the Isle of the Blessed, taken over by dangerous creatures of mythology. Prove your legendary heroism by taking on their leader, Typhon, the deadliest monster in all of mythology in a face-off for the ages.” – Ubisoft.

This ancient story is narrated by Homer, who is telling his grandchildren the tale as you progress through it. The player embodies a character named Fenyx who will embark on an adventure of puzzles, dungeons and dangerous mythical monsters. Fenyx will wield the power of the gods to rescue them from their tragic fate.

Although this game has been continually compared to Breathe of the Wild in terms of graphics, the creators at Ubisoft say it will be dramatically different in play. Reportedly focusing even more on storyline than Legend of Zelda: Breathe of the Wild, Gods and Monsters is definitely worth keeping an eye on!

Gods and Monsters is coming to most platforms, February 25 2020. 

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