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  • Hantengue
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    Hi, my name is Lucas, and I'm doing some research on the game Assassin's Creed Odyssey for my graduation project, and I believe I found a possible error in the position of the Athens Nike temple. As you can see in the first image, the front part of the temple faces the precipice of the acropolis, while the back faces the propylaeum. In the second image, it is possible to observe that the position of the temple in relation to the propyleus is exactly the opposite. I would like to know if this was a mistake, and if not, I would like to understand the reason for the position. An answer to this question would be very important for my course conclusion work, as it aims to highlight the importance of games in education.


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  • Ubi-Gizmo
    2297 posts

    Hey @Hantengue, at the moment, we can only provide support on this forum in English, as per our Forum Rules. If you are able to use a translator to type in English, we will be happy to help investigate this further.

    Alternatively, you are welcome to create a support case on our Ubisoft Support Website. Here, you will be able to receive help from another agent, that may speak your preferred language.

  • Hantengue
    Original poster 2 posts

    @ubi-gizmo Hello, I translated my message, I hope it is possible to understand clearly

  • Ubi-Milky
    Ubisoft Support Staff 3533 posts

    Hello @hantengue thank you for translating your message into English.

    Translating certain real-world historical buildings such as the Athens temple of Nike into one of our games requires certain considerations to fit in with our game world and how the protagonist and NPC characters would interact with this building, objects around it, and to make the building scalable as part of the platforming nature of the game. We try to be as historically accurate as possible with these certain buildings and landmarks, but some changes will be purposefully made for this reason, so that it works in the context of the game.

    That is the extent of knowledge on the subject, to understand why these changes were made to this specific temple, that could only be something that was answered by our Developers who created and designed the game. Unfortunately, they no are longer active in our forums and have since moved on to other projects so it would be difficult to have this question answered by the people who designed this particular landmark in-game.

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  • taurusbelle
    3 posts

    @hantengue They also put Pindar's house in Orchemenos despite the fact that in reality it was in Thebes.

  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 2973 posts

    Interesting to know @taurusbelle. Thanks for sharing that too 🙂

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