A New Mythical Boss Added In Assassin’s Creed Odyssey; Appears To Be Undefeated

Assassin's Creed Odyssey gets a new mythical boss which seems to be undefeated. To be able to stand his rage, you need to have up to 50 levels. Even as at that, it'll be difficult to bring him down.

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

/ by Gabriel Kingsley
For all of you mercenaries who are having hope for a bigger challenge in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ubisoft have you covered under their umbrella. After originally declared as part of an amount of content updates, a new legendary creature is ready to be fought.

Players who have a high enough level (and are positive minded in their abilities as an assassin) can now challenge Arges, the deadly Cyclops. He’ll prove to be a great challenge, but making him lick the ground will reward you handsomely.

If you travel to the Volcanic Island at the Angry Caldera of Arges, you will be able to face the titular Cyclops himself. But be careful, as taking him down will be a very difficult task to do.

However, players are recommended to be at least level 50 to even think of launching attack to the monster, and even as at then, he will still prove to be undefeated. Hence, very difficult.

According to some players, they have already described him to be much more difficult than his predecessors, so if you really want to fight him, then you must be extraordinary ready to face what is coming your way.

Ubisoft haven't shied away from the more mythical elements of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. When it launched, high-level players could take on the most famous Gorgon of them all, Medusa.

Meanwhile we've already seen Assassin’s Creed Odyssey regular updates and widening following its launch, though it has been to mixed results.

Unfortunately, Ubisoft has been facing odd/awful discussed opinions after the release of the most recent DLC chapter. The publisher in the end sent out not one, but two apologies, though many are still upset.

Fortunate enough, this update should be much more universally accepted by players. And there’s still more content planned for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey throughout the year, so you have assorted of reasons to head back to Greece.

(Source: Twitter)

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