Assassin’s Creed Odyssey patch 1.02 detailed, full release notes revealed

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is currently available to those who have pre-ordered the Collector’s Edition and Ubisoft has detailed its day-1 patch. According to the developers, this patch will update your game’s version to 1.02 and brings a number of gameplay, quality and technical improvements.

Going into more details, this day-1 patch makes Lieutenants scale with the player character for both Boarding and Call To Arms, addresses many “game breakers” that could happen in specific conditions and adds “Historical Locations” filter to the World Map.

Furthermore, this update increases diversity in haircuts, reduces loading times in various areas including before flashbacks and dialogues, and reduces occurrence of low-resolution textures on up close NPCs and objects.

This patch will be applied automatically to your game and you can find its complete changelog below.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Patch 1.02 Release Notes

Gameplay Improvements

  • Made Lieutenants scale with the player character for both Boarding and Call To Arms
  • Added “Historical Locations” filter to the World Map
  • Addressed many “game breakers” that could happen in specific conditions

Qualitative Improvements

  • Increased diversity in haircuts

Technical Improvements

  • Reduced loading times in various areas including before flashbacks and dialogues
  • Reduced occurrence of low-resolution textures on up close NPCs and objects
  • General improvement to performance and stability

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