The Top Five Cheats from Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has been out for some time. In some ways, it is very similar to its predecessors, seeing as how players take on the role of an ancient Greek warrior with the Peloponnesian War serving as a backdrop for the events of the title. However, there are also reasons that Assassin’s Creed Odyssey stand out, with an excellent example being how interested individuals can choose from either a male character named Alexios and a female character named Kassandra. With that said, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has been met with a fair amount of enthusiasm, so it should come as no surprise to learn that interested individuals have already produced a lot of tips, tricks, and cheats that might prove helpful for their counterparts. Here are five of the most interesting tips, tricks, and cheats that can be found in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey:

Finding Atlantis

Players who want to unlock the true ending for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey are going to need to find Atlantis. Certainly, they could do so on their own, but said process tends to be much easier if they have someone else’s efforts to guide their way to their desired destination.

Treasure Hunts

The character Xenia offers interested individuals to search for treasure by making use of treasure maps. Unfortunately, just one of the treasure maps is accurate, meaning that there is a lot of searching involved with the treasure hunting process. Something that can prove both very tedious and very time-consuming. Due to this, interested individuals might want to speed up the process by checking out the treasure locations, which should serve to minimize their frustration.

Sphinx Riddles

To unlock the secret ending, the player is going to have to take down four mythical monsters, which would be the Cyclops, the Medusa, the Minotaur, and the Sphinx. Three of the four are boss fights, while the fourth is true to its source of inspiration in that it is a series of riddles. Unfortunately for players who aren’t particularly good at riddles, the Sphinx’s questions are chosen out of a set of 12, thus offering them a fair amount of variability from attempt to attempt. On the plus side, there are only 12 possible questions, meaning that interested individuals should have no problems just checking a guide for the right answers.

Unlocking Achilles Armor Set

Achilles was a very important character in ancient Greek culture. After all, he was the single most important character of the Iliad, which covered a wide range of other individuals but was nonetheless centered on the subject of Achilles’s wrath. As a result, there were ancient Greek kings who claimed descent from Achilles via his son Neoptolemus, which is one of the reasons that Alexander the Great and his companion Hephaestion are known to have performed sacrifices before the supposed tombs of Achilles and Patrocles. Regardless, considering Achilles’s status, it stands to reason that the Achilles Set would be quite good, providing interested individuals with a bonus buff that amounts to 2 percent of damage dealt being restored to them as health. Luckily, this can be claimed by defeating five Cult of Kosmos members at the Heroes of the Cult branch.

Unlock Artemis Set

Artemis was a protector of children. Furthermore, Artemis was one of the goddesses who watched over childbirth, which was a much more dangerous process in ancient times than in the present. However, it should be mentioned that Artemis had a very dangerous side to her as well. After all, she was the virgin goddess of the hunt, meaning that she was an excellent shot with her bow. On top of that, since Artemis was a goddess of health, it stood to reason that she was capable of removing health as well, thus making her perfectly capable of unleashing diseases on those who displeased her. In Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, interested individuals can unlock the Artemis Set to provide themselves with a 15 percent bonus to damage with their hunter abilities by taking down each of the Legendary Animals.

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