Assasin's Creed Odyssey leaked description confirms protagonist to be 'Spartan hero'

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Ubisoft will showcase more of Assassin's Creed Odyssey at their press conference on Monday, June 11 at 4PM ET. Earlier today game's description was visible via the PlayStation Store where a few eagle-eyed gamers (no pun intended) managed to grab a few snapshots of it before it was pulled.

Assassin's Creed: Odyssey will provide players with a role-playing journey through Ancient Greece. The choice won't really affect the game that much, but it allows players to further personalize their experience. Rejected by their family, players will have to embark on an adventure from outcast mercenary to legendary Spartan hero to uncover the truth about their past. Ouch. The imagery of ancient Greece looks lovely, and at the very end, we see she must face a Minotaur. But what's most exciting is that you'll get the opportunity to choose who you can play.

The likes of more cult games like Rayman and Beyond Good & Evil are also regarded highly by an global audience - and we expect Ubisoft to really double down on that this year, too. Whenever you engage in dialogue with any of the NPCs, you'll be given a wealth of choices in order to push the conversation forward, which will apparently trigger or change certain events later on in the story. You can build up a crew, take down pirate ships, board other boats, and kick enemies into the sea to watch them get eaten by sharks.

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The leaks continue to roll out ahead of E3 reveals, with Assassin's Creed Odyssey yet again being caught in the center of them.

Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is expected to release by March 31, 2019. Origins was known for its breathtakingly attractive recreation of ancient Egypt and Odyssey promises more of the same for Greece, but numerous locales seemed almost identical to places found in Origins.

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