Ubisoft have rolled out a sizeable update for their Templar-killing simulator Assassin's Creed: Odyssey and it adds support for the first episode of The Fate of Atlantis dubbed Fields of Elysium, next Lost Tales of Greece and a few more.
Console players will need to download 4.1 and 4.4 GB for Xbox One and PlayStation, respectively, while the PC version weighs in at 3.9GB.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey's development team are setting the stage for the Fate of Atlantis update that is scheduled to land on 23 April 2019, and the upcoming Lost Tales of Greece.
In terms of features, Ubisoft wrote that new Tales of Greece will be highlighted in the quest log, and they've even added new custom gear loadouts.
The update fixes a few Assassin's Creed: Odyssey quirks like properly applying damage once oxygen has been depleted, fixing mysteriously locked primary attributes and the engraving on the legendary Prometheus' Sika.
Additionally, NG+ players will not receive items that are higher level than the player.
As of now, players can tweak Assassin's Creed: Odyssey's resolution in increments of 10 percent. "The newly added Viewpoints with TU1.1.4 will now be automatically completed when the region was discovered already", Ubisoft wrote.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey 1.2.0 patch notes apparently have a few spoilers, so we're going to skip to the tweaks made on the New Game+ mode.
Ubisoft managed to prevent getting stuck in the Forge, losing previously owned items, legendary upgrades, as well as the unresponsive A Friend Worth Dying For, which occasionally refused to start.
There's quite a few Assassin's Creed: Odyssey tweaks pertaining to the game itself, which are a bit too long to list.
The latest Assassin's Creed: Odyssey update also adds a ton of changes and tweaks to abilities, perks, user interface, general graphics and animation, Adrestia & Naval, character AI and a few PC specific changes, most notably HDR and skip buttons.