Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Greece’s latest Lost Tale is now available

Assassin's Creed Odyssey

All good things come to an end. After almost a year of incessant support, Ubisoft begins to let go of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which after the official launch received a huge amount of upgrades, paid DLC and free content.

Among the most appreciated additions belonging to the last of the aforementioned categories, there are undoubtedly the Lost Tales of Greece, small adventures dedicated to some secondary characters made available monthly. Starting from today it is possible to play the last story, entitled The Process of Socrates . The description reads: “Your old friend Socrates has been arrested and is awaiting trial. Free him from his custody and find out who is really responsible for his arrest … at any cost . ” To access the Lost Tales of Greece, we recall, it is necessary to have reached at least Chapter 5 of the story.

Despite the two narrative arcs of the DLC and the series of stories have come to an end, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey still has something to say: on September 10, in fact, the Discovery Tour will be published : Ancient Greece , which will accompany the players on an instructive journey, freeing them from the limits of game mechanics and fighting. 30 different guided tours and over 300 points of interest located in 26 regions of Greece will be included. All strictly free for owners of the basic game, available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.