Assassin's Creed Odyssey Updates Story Creator Mode

Story Creator Mode gets an update.
Story Creator Mode gets an update. Ubisoft

Assassin's Creed Odyssey is deploying a Story Creator Mode update today, August 1.

With the update, payers can expect these general improvements to the Story Creator:

  • New Feature: Quest Items
    • Quest Items can now be added and set in an NPC’s inventory in the NPC’s details. Letters will show the entered text in a small reader on the right side of the screen in-game, giving opportunity to give more context and lore to your Story
  • NPC Creation
    • Generic NPCs can now be created, giving more options on the actors available for your Stories.
  • Set Variable
    • Integer Variables can now be incremented, decremented or set to a given value.
  • Dialogue Editor
    • Choices can now be visible or hidden depending on a variable condition set in the Choice Hub.
  • Variable Condition
    • Added a tooltip to the Condition Type, explaining the function of each type.

In addition to these improvements, bug fixes are also going to be implemented for these issues:

  • Invulnerable NPCs can no longer be selected as a target in a Kill Objective
  • Objectives can now be linked inside the Objective Group upon their creation
  • Corrected some typos found in tooltips

Assassin's Creed Odyssey recently released Judgement of Atlantis, the final episode of its The Fate of Atlantis DLC. This time, players visit the legendary lost city and discover the mythical world where Isu and humans live and work together in the utopia created by The Ones Who Came Before. The final part of the story allows players to unlock three new Ability Enhancements to use against enemies. The first is Wrath of Ares, which can be used to deal with multiple enemies at the same time by creating an anomaly zone that will slow them down and explode after a few seconds. The second is Blessing of Kronos, which is perfect to gain Adrenalin quickly and avoid being stopped by Isu Powers. Finally, there is Kronos's Punishment, which allows players to assassinate enemies close by without being exposed.

Ubisoft is currently offering discounts of as much as 75% off on Assassin's Creed titles until August 5.

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