What you need to know
- Gods & Monsters is the latest game from Ubisoft Quebec.
- The team previously worked on Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
- The game focuses on Greek mythology and defeating monsters.
- The title is a "AAA" experience which costs $60.
Today, Ubisoft announced a new game called "Gods & Monsters" at E3 2019. Gods & Monsters is an action-adventure experience developed by Ubisoft Quebec. You may recognize the team from the critically-acclaimed Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Gods & Monsters is expected to launch on February 25, and will come to Xbox One and other platforms.
The publisher said that the game is an open-world experience with a painted art style. Before the Ubisoft E3 2019 Briefing, many insiders said that a The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild-like experience would be revealed at the event. It seems like Gods & Monsters is that game. You to defeat famed mythological beasts and save the Greek gods in a heroic journey.
In Gods & Monsters you embody Fenyx, a forgotten hero on a quest to restore power to the Greek gods after it was stolen by Typhon, the deadliest creature in Greek mythology. You'll explore the Isle of the Blessed and prove your heroism as you face terrifying foes including fearsome Gorgons, Harpies and Cyclopes.
Senior Producer at Ubisoft Quebec Marc-Alexis Côté said the following about the game.
What do you think about Gods & Monsters? Let us know. Hopefully the game will live up to the standard set by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
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