The development team behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey did quite an incredible job. Fans of the franchise really took to the latest installment of the Assassin’s Creed series, there was plenty of content for players to chew through as well. Players could not only explore the once-thriving ancient Greece location but aid citizens in a variety of quests. However, under all the campaign and narrative storylines, there was a play on Greek mythology. In fact, the development team had so much fun with the mythology that they opted to continue on with another game based around the mythos.
That’s when the development team announced Gods & Monsters, a brand new IP that threw players into the role of a young adventurer that was stranded on a strange island. It was only afterward that they discovered a new foe has taken out humanity and not even the gods could fight back. That’s when you were given their powers in hopes that your adventure could somehow take back the world and bring it to a peaceful state.
Gods & Monsters has since been renamed to Immortals Fenyx Rising. We know that when this game comes out that there will be a slew of content for players to enjoy regularly. With new challenges and quests being featured from the developers, fans of the title will be able to log online and go through the title without too many issues. However, we now have our hands on a new trailer that goes over the season pass.
This season pass will bring out three DLC expansions. So far we know that there will be A New God, Myths of the Eastern Realm, and The Lost Gods. Each will bring a new storyline, puzzles, and adventure for players to dive through. If you have the season pass, you’ll be able to enjoy all three DLC expansions as they release into the marketplace. For now, fans will have a bit of time to decide if they wish to purchase Immortals Fenyx Rising. Currently, the game is set to launch on December 3, 2020, for the PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna platforms.