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<p><strong>Cheap AC Credits</strong> Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has more systems at play than any other entry in the series before it. Ubisoft’s turn to full action RPG means that you have to approach this Ancient Greece-themed adventure differently. From paying attention to gear to skill upgrades to handling the game’s many distractions we’ve learned a lot in our 50 hours with Odyssey. To help you get started off right we’ve put together a beginner’s guide filled with tips that should make your journey across this massive world a bit easier.<br />
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Seek out synchronization spots<br />
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Remember how old Assassin’s Creed games had towering structures that you performed breath-defying Leaps of Faith from the highest city points into a barrel of hay? That’s still a feature in Odyssey though the structures save for a few statues are rarely very high in the air (it’s set in Ancient Greece after all).<br />
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These synchronization points marked as birds on the map are very important. Each time you unlock a synchronization point you can fast travel to that location. Trust us despite Odyssey‘s beauty and detail you’ll want to fast travel often. The map is enormous. Each time you see a bird icon around you you should go activate that spot even if it’s a bit out of your way. You’ll be happy you did later.<br />
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Tackle sidequests<br />
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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey turns into a grind at around the halfway point. You won’t be able to just complete story missions. For that reason if you see a sidequest (marked with an exclamation point) nearby you should think twice before passing it up.<strong>AC Credits For Sale</strong> Not only do sidequests typically take half the time of story missions but they net you similar amounts of experience points.<br />
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Similarly if you come across an enemy fortress (a large Athenian or Spartan stronghold) you should complete the location objectives. Location objectives typically involve killing the fort’s leaders looting chests and burning war supplies. If you complete all of these objectives you’ll earn about the same amount of experience points as you would in a mission while getting a bunch of new gear and materials.</p>