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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey mod removes horse speed limit, allows custom XP boosters and more

Modder ‘vahndaar’ has released a pretty useful mod/tool for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. According to the modder, the AC Odyssey Tweak Pack mod allows the configuration of a few handy tweaks including removing the horse speed restriction, setting a custom XP multiplier, setting custom enemy health and damage multipliers and the ability to remove or set the maximum enemy level delta.

This tool is compatible with version 1.0.7 and when you launch it it will attempt to find your ACOdyssey.exe file. If it doesn’t you’ll have to use the full path which by default is “E:\Games\Ubisoft Game Launcher\games\Assassin’s Creed Odyssey\ACOdyssey.exe”.

According to the tool’s description, the “Disable Horse Speed Restriction” option removes the forced horse speed cap when approaching towns and cities, and the “Custom XP Multiplier” option sets the master XP multiplier (you can check this is active as there should be a little yellow circle next to the XP bar when in the menu in the game). On the other hand, “Custom Max Enemy Level Delta” basically configures the whole scaling mechanism so setting it to 100 for example effectively disables auto scaling altogether.

I’m pretty sure that some players will find this mod useful as it minimizes grinding, disables the horse speed that Ubisoft has not addressed (despite a lot of complaints) and can let you enjoy the game without doing the vast majority of side-missions.

You can download the AC Odyssey Tweak Pack mod from here!

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