Scott Phillips, the aspiring game director of Fenyx Rising, reveals that a flaw in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey inspired the game’s design.
Video game development is an intricate process, with triple A titles often being the product of hundreds of people working together to create a single product. Because of this, problems can arise that result in errors and issues being resolved before a game starts. However, these mistakes can be entertaining from time to time, and sometimes even help to completely inspire new games. This is the case with Immortal Fenyx Rising, an upcoming title from Ubisoft.
In an interview, Immortal Fenyx Rising Game Director Scott Phillips revealed that one Assassin̵
Immortal Fenyx Rising is heavily influenced by Greek mythology but takes a light-hearted and fantastic approach. It’s easy to see how the Cyclops bug would help move things in that direction as it’s a mix of absurd and entertaining, which the game clearly incorporates into its structure. With jokes between Zeus and Prometheus that are common in the game, immortal is a bit different from anything else Ubisoft has been doing lately.
The Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Inspirations don’t stop there, of course. immortal Features battle heavily inspired Odyssey, paired with other elements that give it a slight feeling of familiarity. It’s an interesting origin for the game, though, albeit not as far out as some might expect. Gambling bugs have inspired new titles for years, perhaps most famous Devil May Cry, that was inspired by a bug in Onimusha: Warlords.
immortal Fenyx rises Starts in December, and due to its open, non-linear nature, there will likely be plenty of nod to other games and Easter eggs that players can find. Ubisoft has incorporated elements of its other games into new titles, both before and since immortal doesn’t exactly match some of the other games in Ubisoft’s lineup, it seems certain that players will find at least some references in it.
The recent Ubisoft Forward event revealed a number of new details about the upcoming games, including new information about immortal itself. The company has a full roster of games for current and next generation consoles, which puts it in a solid position for the months to come. That of course all depends on how good the landing remains for the new games. In the meantime, fans just have to wait to find out more.
Immortal Fenyx Rising is in development for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
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