First episode of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Fate of Atlantis DLC is currently free

Ubisoft has announced it is giving away the first episode of the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey DLC saga Fate of Atlantis, and the offer is redeemable until the end of this week, that being September 1st. Fields of Elysium is the name of the episode in which the afterlife of the Greek world is visited, and where the goddess Persephone is encountered. Not all is as it seems in this afterlife paradise with a lot of secrets hidden below the surface that may have some dire consequences for those keeping them at bay. It all has to do with the First Civilisation as well as the fate of Atlantis.

Fields of Elysium is the first episode of three, with the others being Torment of Hades and Judgment of Atlantis. Fate of Atlantis itself was the second DLC expansion with the first expansion being Legacy of the First Blade. Ade took a look at Fields of Elysium when it launched and he wasn’t too impressed. In the review he said:

“…when something exciting does start to happen the episode promptly ends. Clearly Ubisoft hope that on this cliff hanger I’ll come back for the second episode. They’ll be lucky. Based on this evidence, Atlantis can stay well and truly lost.”

You can read the full Fields of Elysium review here. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey players don’t have to be content with the paid DLC expansions to get more out of the game. Ubisoft has released a ton of free story content for the game through the Lost Tales of Greece that expand upon the world. Even better is that players can make and share their own quests for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey by using the story creator, which in essence means there’s a lot of content to explore if your time with Ancient Greece isn’t done.

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  1. I searched for it on the PSN, it’s still £9.99

    • Ignore me, I clicked the tweet, which provides the link.

      PS4 version available tomorrow

  2. Don’t believe that review. Apart from some the annoyingly long start before you get to Elysium, it’s well worth playing. It’s like a little mini AC game without quite so much tedious running around a map that’s far too big like the main game.

    Even at full price, there’s a decent amount of game for your money. Even better with the season pass, although the first set of DLC isn’t great (it’s just more of the main game set in the same places). But you do get AC3 with it as well, which may or may not be a good thing. (Personally, I liked it and thought it was rather unfairly criticised by a lot of people)

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