Assassin's Creed Odyssey Level Cap is Being Increased

Ruben Fields
November 9, 2018

As we mentioned earlier on our official Twitter account, we added a new feature to the game that allows players to auto-craft regular arrows when enough resources are available.

While Ubisoft has, for now, binned its epic Mercenary live events, the ship-based ones will continue. There will be no time limit to start these quests, so feel free to play them at any time.

We realize that players want more control over the XP boosters, so with update version 1.0.7 we're introducing an option to pause and resume any temporary or permanent booster that you own. All with new rewards for defeating them.

The In-Game Story will receive another update this month with the Odysseus Pack (containing new gear set and a mount) and the Odysseus Naval Pack (bringing a new ship design, new crew theme and a figurehead).

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Arriving in classical Greece on the 13th November, Steropes the Cyclops will be challenging Kassandra/Alexios' skills in a brand-new side-quest called The Lightning Bringer.

There's also new quests!

"All of these items will be simultaneously available in the Store and at the Oikos of the Olympians". Both Alexios and Kassandra have some pretty sweet gear but if your inventory is lacking some of the supplies to upgrade everything to your current level, the team at Ubisoft just implemented a "visual layer" that can be added.

The level cap is being raised to seventy from fifty. Besting the creature will net players a new Legendary Bow. For players who are already at level 50, all the experience you've accumulated up to this point will automatically count towards the new level cap, and your progress should be updated accordingly.

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