Knocking enemies out in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Fate of Atlantis DLC is important and I don’t want to spoil it here. Instead of killing your enemies in the DLC, there are few different approaches and this AC Odyssey DLC guide will show you how to knock out your enemies without alerting or killing other ancient super soldiers.
How to knock out enemies in Fate of Atlantis DLC
Fields of Elysium is the first episode of The Fate of Atlantis story arc for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey which sends Alexios or Kassandra on a quest into the Greek afterlife. The new region is filled with strange new enemies to fight, new powers to unlock, and an expansive new storyline centered on the mysterious First Civilization, or Isu. There are 3 way to knock DLC enemies:
Knock out with Fists
The Melee attacks are the easiest way to knock out an enemy in AC Odyssey without killing them. TO use your fist, you must use the inventory menu then unequip one of your weapon slots and swap to your fists with the d-pad. Sneak behind your enemy then relentlessly attack until they’re knocked out. Make sure you don’t use poison or fire otherwise they’ll die.
Knock out with Bow
A very easy trick, but you need to invest in the hunter skill tree for alternate arrows. Check the second tier and select the “Arrow Master”. Now you must craft the paralyzing arrow from the bag near your bow slot in the inventory menu. Start your hunt and aim right on the enemy shoulders.
Knock out with Stealth
If you are not opting for Fist and Arrows then the easiest trick is stealth attack. Those who are good at stealth and sneaking behind the enemies then this will work best for you. Simply get behind an enemy quietly and press L3 to initiate knockout instead of a stealth kill. The catch here is that you only have one go, so if you encounter a high-level Atlantis DLC enemies then they might just shrug it off and you can then switch to fist again.
The fate of Atlantis DLC Details Ability Enhancements
Aletheia has created the simulation for Kassandra or Alexios to begin unlocking advanced First Civilization powers. You can unlock four Keeper’s Insights, secret tablets that unlock enhanced versions of your existing Abilities. In Fields of Elysium include the following abilities:
Ares Madness: Replacing Battlecry of Ares, Ares Madness lets you conjure a glowing, unbroken version of the Spear of Leonidas for 10 seconds, during which you’ll deal 35% Assassin damage and be immune to death.
Might of Artemis: This enhancement modifies Rain of Destruction, turning it into a super attack that surrounds you with a rain of arrows that dish out 450% Hunter damage and stun enemies for five seconds.
Kronos Time Warp: This enhancement to Slow Time shortens the base window of slowed time from 10 seconds to five, but you can extend it by 2.5 seconds by successfully landing headshots. Each of those headshots deals 125% Hunter damage, and you can score up to five before the Ability wears off, meaning a skilled archer can slow time for up to 17.5 seconds.
Ares Bull Charge: Instead of sending you barreling into your enemies, this upgraded version of Bull Charge summons a phantom bull to do it for you, knocking them down and dealing 400% Warrior damage.