The final game showcased at the Ubisoft E3 conference was a gorgeous fantasy title which is called Gods and Monsters. To accomplish this, you'll have to overcome puzzling trials, traverse treacherous dungeons, take on legendary quests, and battle Greek mythology's most lethal monsters in this open-world action adventure.
Senior Producer at Ubisoft Quebec, Marc-Alexis Côté, talked about where the idea for Gods and Monsters came from, citing the studio's previous project, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, as one of the biggest reasons for the company's creation of this new game.
"Over the last 10 years, I have had the chance to be part of an incredible team that has pushed the limits of Assassin's Creed to explore historical periods from a unique angle, but our imagination has always been bound to the reality of the history books". That's easier said than done, though, as the beast is flanked by numerous creatures including gorgons, harpies, cyclopes, and other mythical horrors.
Gods & Monsters is a new "storybook" adventure from the creators of Odyssey, pitting heroes against risky mythological creatures in an attempt to save the gods.
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Find the first trailer for Gods and Monsters embedded below.
In addition to confirming that Gods & Monsters will be released on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One, Ubisoft also confirmed that the game will be available on Ubisoft's supported streaming services.
Players will be tasked with helping the Greek gods regain the throne of Olympus, having been thrown down by the deadliest of all monsters, Typhon. What do you think of the game's painted art style?