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Now Ubisoft released a brand new trailer of its forthcoming open-world actions RPG Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

This time around the video presented in 4K is about naval gameplay and exploration. We heard that many of tech was created in order to have a smooth transition between the ocean and the beaches.

In comparison to preceding Assassin’s Creed games which had naval war, this time around combat isn’t based on cannons, but on javelins and arrows, making short-range battles more relevant.

Freedom can also be more significant, with improved agility and agility, so players can significantly dodge ramming attacks. Cleaving ships in half along together with your own ram is beneficial because it restores a number of your boat ’s benefits and health you with additional resources.

Defeated ships can be postponed, and also the bigger they are, the larger the payoff is.

There are unique ships that bring forth additional challenges. If you fall upon them at low degree, you might have to run away.

We also know how we can construct our crew by recruiting lieutenants with exceptional perks and abilities. Needless to say, there are loads of sea shanties, a few of which are even about the player’s actions as the game advances.

You may check it out below. If you wish to see more about the game, it is possible to also check out an earlier video about battle , yet another  about RPG mechanics, and a good deal of footage of the game from E3 2018. You can also grab yourself a dedicated PS4 motif and read our hands-on trailer .

The game will launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 5th, with just 2 days of early access if you purchase among the special variations .

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