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Gods & Monsters announced by Ubisoft for Switch

Gods & Monsters announced by Ubisoft for Switch”

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Ubisoft has unveiled a new action adventure game called Gods and Monsters. The game is being made by Ubisoft Quebec, the team behind 2018's Assassin's Creed Odyssey. The Greek heroes loved their feats. Once you get in-game, there's a bundle of debug tools to help you hash out the specifics of your quest, including switching characters, making yourself invulnerable, or becoming invisible to NPCs to make sure things don't break when the player isn't looking.

The Isle of the Blessed has been taken over by the Greek monster Typhon and you'll need to defeat him and his mythological beasts to restore order to the world.

A fantasy open-world adventure, it will feature combat with a variety of mythological creatures, as well as puzzle solving elements. The journey will be as challenging and rewarding as the final destination, and you will emerge as the hero you are meant to become. Players will explore the Isle of the Blessed and prove their heroism as they face unsafe mythological creatures, including fearsome Gorgons and Harpies and mighty Cyclopes. During their journey, players will encounter Gorgons, Hydras, Cyclops and more.

It will be available on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Nintendo Switch on February 25, 2020.



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