After a skyrocketing of content created by the community and designed for XP Farming. The last month at E3, Assassin's Creed Odyssey has received an update that adds: Fashion creator of history. Published in beta, this mode allows players to create and share their own card-covered quests, supplemented by branch tales and a surprising level of complexity. However, after seeing a proliferation of easy quests designed simply to allow players to earn experience points, Ubisoft went to their community page to talk about their ban.
"Since the launch of the beta, we are seeing an increasing number of" agricultural quests "exploiting the tool to obtain large amounts of XP." Read the post from the AC community team. These exploits may compromise overall quality and integrity. and the usefulness of the Story Maker mode, which translates into less visibility of creative, interesting, and frankly fantastic community stories published. "
Then, the community team explained that it would now hide this type of quest, preventing them from hitting the Hall of Fame, as well as changing the conditions and sanctions applied to level creators. It also briefly mentions upcoming changes that will further reward creativity and highlight quality quests created by users.
Although not mentioned in the statement, it should also be noted that many of the Assassin's Creed Odyssey microtransactions are intended to increase the rate of gaining experience or money. (We had a lot to say about this at the time.) It was observed that XP farming quests would be in contradiction with Ubisoft's desire to sell XP bonuses. in the microtransaction store of Odyssey.
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