After nearly half a year since the launch of DLC Legacy of the First Blade last year, Ubisoft continues to release DLC in the final main storyline today as the Judgment Of Atlantis. This extension will be the third and final chapter in the DLC The Fate Of Atlantis – the second extension of the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey series.
The third chapter of this DLC will take place in an underwater city and we will witness Alexios (or Kassandra) helping the sea god Poseidon. Of all the titles, comics and animations of Assassin's Creed (AC for short) to this day, the Judgment of Atlantis is the only novel revolving around characters with influences that encompass the plot. of the game: the Isu clan.
Known as "first-timers", the Isu clan remains largely a mystery of AC, although they are a very important race of the series since Assassin's Creed II released in 2009. Previous chapters of the Fate Of Atlantis revolves around the story of the Persephone and Hades gods without mentioning much about the Isu clan. Therefore, this third chapter will dig deeper into the legends behind those characters and reveal the tribe's history, beliefs and customs.
Instead of going back to the annual game release, Ubisoft decided to let AC get a proper break after the Odyssey was released in 2018 to schedule a series of storyline DLCs to be released. in 2019. The main plot of the Odyssey is divided into three separate storylines and accompanied by two expansions that add a variety of backgrounds and other storylines to the game. Part DLC Legacy of The First Blade continues with the "Hunt The Cult of Kosmos" story in the Odyssey and reveals the events associated with the Origins version released in 2017. Meanwhile, the Fate Of Atlantis happens After the "Between Two Worlds" section and further explain the relevance of the Isu clan to the conflict of the Assassins' Association and the Temple Society.
The Fate Of Atlantis will also be the last DLC to completely finish the Odyssey and open up new perspectives for what will happen in the next AC game. Some gamers who filtered information in The Division 2 said it was possible that Ubisoft would imply the Vikings context in the next game. If that's true, the game will fly rumors in 2016 about how Ubisoft is planning to create the AC trio in three locations: Egypt, Greece and Rome, and 2 of the 3 locations. The above was built into a game with quite good quality.
The theme of the Vikings will probably temporarily halt the latest trilogy of this series, because Origins and Odyssey are not traditional AC games in terms of fighting and building the world, but they both play the role. acts as the source for conflicts between both the Assassins and the Temple. The Vikings era began after the events of Assasin’s Creed originally took place, so a game in that context could be the last piece to reveal the mystery of how these two secret societies formed.