Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has been a big hit on PC, and if you’re playing this game, you probably want to make the most of the gameplay experience. Personally, I’ve been loving the latest Assassin’s Creed, which plays more like ‘The Witcher 3’ than a traditional Assassin’s game. For one, the first post-launch patch for the game, 1.03 just released on PC, which brings some helpful changes like storage for your items on your ship, a larger arrow quiver, and performance fixes and improvements.
One handy hack that isn’t included in the game, is an ultra-widescreen cheat that will display cutscenes across 21:9 monitors instead of letterboxing to a 16:9 ratio. This is a huge improvement if you have one of these monitors, and highly advised!
Also possible in the game are many kinds of fun and interesting cheats. One fun skill build that doesn’t even require any trainers or cheats is to pick up the animal master skill and level it up to it’s third and maximum rank. Then, hunt a legendary lion for a particular Priestess and you’ll be rewarded with a powerful weapon that gives you a +100% health and +50% damage engraving for your tamed animal. With this weapon a lion or bear companion becomes almost unstoppable and can help you rampage through even the most fortified forts.
Take your cheating to the next level with an Assassin’s Creed Odyssey cheat program. This type of program lets you modify the game with powerful features that let you change the game to your liking. Make your character invisible, or invincible to the enemy’s attacks. Don’t want to spend money on a paid XP booster? Add EXP or skill points to your character to make them even more powerful! That said, my favorite use for cheats in the game is to work around bugs or save time. You might run into a bugged quest or get stuck up against a particularly difficult mercenary. Features like teleporting your character to a waypoint can also be handy if you’re doing some generic fetch quests and don’t want to travel miles across the map just to dispatch with some pesky bandits.
It’s also worth looking back at some of the cheats in Assassin’s Creed: Origins. The predecessor to Odyssey was similar in many ways, so many of the same cheats applied. Some of these programs may continue to be developed for Odyssey, as ubisoft has live events starting for the game and with multiple DLC releases planned, will probably have people playing the game right up until the next game in the series eventually releases. Origins had it’s own cheat mode added into the game after release, though I wouldn’t bet on it being added to Odyssey as well, as it wouldn’t have the same impact the 2nd time around.