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When Ubisoft delivered Assassin’ Creed Origins to the world, they went on a mission to educate gamers, providing trips to Ancient Egypt and turning the game into an interactive 3D recreation of Ancient Egypt. But that was then, and this is now, and now it’s the turn of Odyssey to do the same – with the chance to hit up and learn more about Ancient Greece.

Available from September 10th 2019, the Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece, is an educational tool allowing anyone to explore and interact with the history and culture of Ancient Greece. And all you’ll need to be able to do so is a copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – and from there on out, the Discovery Tour is free.

Your playground in the Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece is the land of the Odyssey, giving players the chance to take a guided tour, free of conflict and gameplay restraints. Of course, should you so wish, roaming freely through the open world of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, taking in the 29 regions and more than 300 stations is also possible. The tours will come with specific features in place too, covering five different themes, philosophy, famous cities, daily life, war and myths.

But that’s not all and it’ll also exhibit new features that allow gamers across the globe to learn however they want, with 35 unique avatars and 15 mounts that are accessible by progressing through objectives.

Exploration, education and relaxation are what the Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece promises to bring and Ubisoft are encouraging you to take your time with the experience, enjoying the most accurate 3D interactive reconstruction of Ancient Greece ever made. If anything, it promises to bring an engaging, fun and rewarding quiz at the end of each tour.

If you wish to take in the Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece just fire up your Assassin’s Creed Odyssey game from the 10th September and enjoy what it holds. Should you not have it, the Xbox Store will sort you out with a download.

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