Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Update 1.5.1 releases tomorrow, packs PC-specific fixes, full patch notes

Ubisoft has announced that update 1.5.1 for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will release tomorrow. This patch is 400MB in size and addresses a number of bugs/issues. Moreover, it comes with some PC-specific tweaks/fixes.

Going into more details, this patch addresses an issue that caused players to get stuck in world stations under certain conditions. Moreover, it fixes some issues with the main game, Story Creator and the Discovery Tour.

As said, this latest update also packs some PC-specific tweaks. For instance, it removes the HUD preset option from the standalone version of Discovery Tour. It also removes the unintended update history section from the standalone version of Discovery Tour.

As always, UPLAY and Steam will download this patch the next time you launch their clients. You can also find below its complete changelog.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Update 1.5.1 Release Notes

DISCOVERY TOUR: ANCIENT GREECE

  • [PC] Removed the HUD preset option from the standalone version of Discovery Tour.
  • [PC] Removed the unintended update history section from the standalone version of Discovery Tour.
  • Addressed an issue that caused players to get stuck in world stations under certain conditions.

STORY CREATOR MODE

  • Addressed an issue with the calculation of rewards.
  • Addressed an issue where the dialogue scene could get blurry when the stage of the dialogue is set to 1v1 close.

THE FATE OF ATLANTIS

  • Addressed an issue that reset gathered Isu Knowledge after updating to version 1.5.0.
  • Addressed an issue that prevented the Isu Beckon quest from appearing.

MAIN GAME

  • Addressed an issue in A Godless Blight that prevented players from carrying bodies out of the water if they died and reloaded the save game.
  • Addressed an issue that prevented the Underworld Pack items to be available in the visual customization section.

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