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Assassins Creed Odyssey Gets A Free Story Creator Mode

Build your own quests. Share your stories with the world

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At E3 2019 Ubisoft revealed a unique feature for Assassins Creed Odyssey that will allow players to have full control the story they want to play in Assassins Creed Odyssey. The game gets a free story creator mode. It is a highly detailed mode where players can create a complete quest, add characters they want, integrate choice and write down their own dialogues.

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Assassins Creed Odyssey Story Mode is based on quest designer and branching dialogue system used in the game allowing players to create compelling stories. The most recent update will add the free Story Creator Mode in the game. To create a story go to Story Creator Mode in Assassins Creed Odyssey and sign-in with Ubisoft Account.

Players will need access to a PC or Laptop to create a story and it will be playable on all platforms. Once activated you can also see User-Generated stories in the game which will appear automatically in the world map marked with a special icon.

There is a dedicated website that offers details on all custom stories created by many Assassins Creed Odyssey players, with a Ubisoft account you can play them on your respective platform or your share your own unique story. Every player can add max 20 Stories from the Story Creator Mode website using Story Log. The story once saved will appear in the game.

You can save over 250 stories and later move them manually to the Story Log. After creating the story on a PC or Laptop players can visit the Story Creator Mode website to upload the content. Currently, the Story Creator Mode supports around six different quest objectives to mix and match. These objectives include visiting a location or assassinating a target.

Visit Ubisoft.com to know more about Assassins Creed Odyssey Story Mode.

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