A Persian burglary.
As the first part of the first batch after the launch of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Legacy of the First Blade: Hunted is a short, simple dose of just some of what makes Odyssey so good . Although nothing special, Hunted doubles down on the scene's shadow syndicate structure, which made the cult of Kosmos throw over the ancient Greek world so enjoyable and introduces a wonderful new villain.
Hunted is a good starting point for a much larger plot that was only referred to in the basic game. While the lack of an Assassin's brotherhood plot in the Odyssey never bothered me, this introduction of a known Persian figure from that doctrine ̵
Hunted introduces an exciting new villain.
New antagonists need to come. Returning from the introduction of Assassin's Creed Origins is the old order – which, if you keep your score at home, eventually evolves to the Templar Order. It works in the same way as the cult of Cosmos, with its own web of masked figures that need to be investigated, uncovered and eliminated one by one.
As this is only the first third of the full downloadable content, this is The website is quite small, which focuses exclusively on a branch called Hunters, which offers a weak seven goals. I fully expect several branches of the old order to come out of the tree in episodes two and three.
Imi However, Hunted introduces one of the more exciting and memorable villains in Odyssey, and that is because he constitutes so much of a psychological threat as a physical to Alexios or Kassandra. When he hears his ghostless, unmanned voice, I talk about all the people I've killed in an attempt to be a hero. I'm excited to see what new characters Ubisoft has in the store down the line.
Some of Hunted's quest encourages stealth, which should make fans of older Assassin's happiness happy.
This whole episode takes place in the beautiful, red, red-orange forests of Macedonia- Although it's a big land hunt, except for a mission where you take a short walk to the sea, you'll never leave it, which can be disappointing if you've already cleaned what I had.
Beyond history and characters , Hunted adds some new weapons and armor to collect but not much that changes the game to any interesting degree. The exception is a new skill in the stealth tree, called Death Veil, which makes the bodies of enemies you've killed disappear . It's a useful trick that enhances your quality of life, so you're not micromanaging the same carriage during several of Hunted's quests, which strongly encourage a smooth approach, which should make fans of older Assassin's Creed happy. 19659015] The Verdi ct
Legacy of First Blade: Hunted is a short, but welcome, new part of Assassin's Creed Odyssey that sets the scene for the more traditional Assassin-versus-Templar-style micro drama that was mostly lacking from the base game. Even though it is isolated to a single region and only gives you a handful of goals, an exciting villain and backstory of new characters sets a good foundation for more Assassin's Creed Odyssey – something that's always good.