Though Ubisoft confirmed prior to this year’s E3 that there will not be a flagship assassin’s Creed title at this year’s Ubisoft press conference, that doesn’t mean there is any news to share for the current title for the franchise. Just less than an hour before the event, Ubisoft revealed that Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey will be receiving both a Discovery Mode as like Assassin’s Creed: Origins and a newly announced Story Creator Mode also.
What exactly is this Story Creator Mode? It’s exactly as it sounds; players will be able to create their own quests as you have already experienced in the Ancient Greek set title. Using a string of different characters and dialogue options to create new & unique experiences at anytime.
Simply go to the Assassin’s Creed website and start making your quests here. Players will have up to 20 story slots to create their own journeys that players will have access to experience. And just like any other custom editor, there is a social page on the game’s menu to scroll through and rank what you play.
The Story Creator Mode is available now for all available platforms and features cross-play, so matter the hardware you play on, you can try anyone’s custom story.
As for the Discovery Mode, Ubisoft revealed that the education feature will be dropping in Ancient Greece later this fall for all platforms. Which will be pretty interesting as this title truly the first one in the franchise to go in-depth with mythical beings of the set era.
Check out Rectify Gaming’s review for Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey by going here.
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.