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  • jimmywon34
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    Wrath of Druids is not that great. Other than the scenic views of Ireland's countryside, this DLC doesn't have a lot going for it. When I got to Dublin I felt completely underwhelmed by it, it doesn't feel like a city that's alive, it's main attraction is its market. When I got to Athens in AC Odyssey, it felt a lot more immersive, I felt like I was in Athens, Athens even had the more ritzy parts of the city and the poorer slums of the city. It felt more alive. There are no spectacles going on in Dublin either, no added activities. The Fate of Atlantis was also done better. We got to interact with the Greek Pantheon a lot more. Ciara is really the only interesting character in the DLC and even she's not that interesting. The writing is very sub-par. In Wrath of the Druids, Ciara talks about how she's pagan and preserving the old ways but it feels so shallow. You don't really experience these old ways, you don't learn or interact with any of the pre-Christian Celtic Gods or Goddesses. A couple of them are only mentioned in the folklore in passing. I am about finished with the DLC and it has been a pretty big disappointment, very mediocre. I haven't gotten to Siege of Paris yet but I hope it faired a lot better. The side quests of the DLC are about the same formula as well as the original storyline in England, which for most of those will take you under 5 mins to rescue someone's pet or get rid of a rodent infestation or a boss fight with an old vikingr, which is immersive to have world events like that but in Odyssey we also got better, more fleshed out side quests apart from the main quest. IMO AC Odyssey was done better in many ways. I was excited for the Viking theme of this one more than the ancient Greek theme of AC Odyssey but Odyssey was just done better honestly.


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  • DuskDragon56496
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    @jimmywon34 Wait until you play the Francia dlc, you'll find a whole new meaning to "underwhelming" $25 for a six hour dlc and I don't even think it took me that long.But hey, there's yet another $20 set in the animus store !!!! Ubisofts consistent idea of "new content."If you think it's bad now, wait until they do the "free to play" for assassins creed, which will be anything but free to play...unfortunately, the gaming industry has become a cesspool of unfinished games at top dollar with promise after promise after promise where they all hammer into the gamers their wholehearted belief in "transparency"...lol

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