We return to Ancient Greece with The Lost Gods, the third expansion of Immortals Fenyx Rising so rich in content that it seems almost a sequel. Let’s find out all the features of Ash’s adventure together in our review.
The playful and narrative experience of the latest major expansion connected to the Season Pass of the late Gods & Monsters is released from the atmosphere and, if you like, from the stylistic features of the major adventure to propose a completely new gameplay system.
In the role of the deadly Ash struggling with a series of catastrophic events, the task of the users is in fact to bring together the bizarre divinities of the Pantheon and mend the tear caused by the altercation with the never too irascible Zeus. To tell this new chapter of the telenovela dedicated to the Gods of Ancient Greece, the Ubisoft developers have adopted a totally different view with camera from above and combat and exploration dynamics inspired by brawler adventures.
The courageous decision taken by the authors of Ubisoft Quebec pays off both in terms of playability and the originality of the missions to be carried out, also thanks to the grafting of additional skills: the last act of Fenyx Rising’s triptych of post-launch experiences therefore represents the worthy conclusion of a support that, in the intentions of the same guys from the Canadian subsidiary of Ubi, could lay the foundations for the creation of an Immortals franchise.
Before looking to the future, let’s remain anchored to the present and the emotions offered by the latest DLC to offer you our review of Immortals Fenyx Rising The Lost Gods.