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Ubisoft lets you climb Zeus' genitals in Assassin's Creed Odyssey

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Kassandra is standing in front of a Zeus statue she's about to conquer
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey

Gameplay videos are popping up all over YouTube with various ways to climb a statue of Zeus in order to synchronize Alexios or Kassandra's progress through history in Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Some players took the scenic route.

As the title suggested, the scenic route is over Zeus' penis and the accompanying equipment. The video above shows Kassandra even noticing she "should probably not climb on this" as she climbs over the genitalia.

This particular vista is called Zeus Lightning and works much like the towers, church tops and pretty much any tall tree or building in the past Assassin's Creed titles - you climb to the top, press the button when prompted and then you can enjoy scenery for a brief moment while an eagle flies around.

Back to the topic of climbing, it seems like Alexios and Kassandra were bitten by a radioactive spider somewhere along the way as they have no trouble navigating the statue that barely has any dents, they don't show any signs of fatigue and just navigate the statue like Spider-Man would navigate a building.

Granted, this is not the silliest nor the most extraordinary physics blunder in Assassin's Creed series, as the signature leap of faith is probably just as frivolous, but the sense of pulling up weight and having to figure out where you can latch onto a building added a bit more spice to Assassin's Creed games.

Thankfully, Leonidas' descendants are not spinning any webs yet, so the divine meat, or in this case stone, is safe from a spider infestation. There is no telling what the Greek pantheon would do without Zeus being able to stick his pecker into everything that moves or flies around.

UbisoftPicture of Kassandra climbing where she really shouldn'tAssassin's Creed: Odyssey - A rather peculiar rock

PCGamesN made a good point of Ubisoft stating that there would be no nudity in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey but clearly didn't count for giant monstrosities made of stone that can literally be climbed by curious young Spartans. This could all be good for science over the years, and these images of extreme genital examination could be the first in history of humankind.