Ubisoft's latest game goes back to classical mythology with 'Gods & Monsters, ' which the publisher showcased with a cartoony first trailer at E3. It's billed as an open-world adventure game that will take players on a journey exploring Greek mythology, and features a handsome painted art style to boot.
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Gods & Monsters, at its very heart, is inarguably influenced by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
"From the creators of Assassin's Creed Odyssey comes a storybook adventure about a forgotten hero on a quest to save the Greek gods". The few gameplay screenshots shared of Gods & Monsters show a attractive, green open world colored with a bright, painterly style. In Hyrule's place, Gods & Monsters will be set upon The Isle of the Blessed.
Players will be tasked with helping the Greek gods regain the throne of Olympus, having been thrown down by the deadliest of all monsters, Typhon. That's easier said than done, though, as the beast is flanked by numerous creatures including gorgons, harpies, cyclopes, and other mythical horrors. More details should emerge before the launch date of February 25th 2020. Gods and Monsters will also be available as part of Ubisoft's newly announced subscription service Uplay+.