Gameplay Trailer of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Judgment of Atlantis DLC Released

Judgment of Atlantis

Ubisoft has just released a gameplay trailer of its Judgment of Atlantis DLC episode that covers the story arc of The Fate of Atlantis. Judgment of Atlantis is also the last episode in The Fate of Atlantis as it brings the story to a conclusion.

The trailer provides a brief overview of what you can expect to form the DLC episode. It features new weapons, abilities, and mysterious for you to discover. Take a look at the gameplay trailer below:

Since the episode is the conclusion of The Fate of Atlantis, it will be up to you to decide the fate of the Atlantis and its people. You will also collect legendary epic weapons and get to battle many mythic beasts along the way. The episode requires you to play the first two DLC episodes to complete this story arc, so if you are just getting started, it’s best to skip the gameplay trailer for spoilers and start with the first couple of episodes of The Fate of Atlantis.

Now that the last episode brings the first expansion content to a close, it will be interesting to see what other content Ubisoft has planned for in the future. The first episode, Fields of Elysium was released back in April and it begins right after you finish the game.

Fields of Elysium also introduced enhanced abilities for the three skill trees: Warrior, Assassin, and Hunter. With the progression of each episode, the Fate of Atlantis introduced new enhancements. The ones that came in the first episode were Ares Bull charge, Kronos Time Warp, Ares Madness, and Might of Artemis.

The Fate of Atlantis is available with the season pass of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey that costs $39.99. If you do not own the season pass, The Fate of Atlantis will cost you $24.99.

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