Assassin's Creed Odyssey has nine available endings for players to obtain, and below are all endings ranked from worst to best.
[Warning: The following article contains spoilers for Assassin's Creed Odyssey.]
Assassin's Creed Odyssey gives players a number of story options, and they'll decide what kind of ending to get from the nine available options, which may leave players wondering what the best ending they can get in the game is. The ending will depend on which characters the player manages to keep alive during the course of the game, generally the more characters die the worse the ending will be, meaning players might reconsider using spear stabs if they so choose Important characters get the best and happiest endings.
^ Assassin's Creed Odyssey is full of family drama, prompting the protagonists to explore ancient Greece in an attempt to find their lost family members after tragic events in their childhood. The protagonist meets many historical figures in Assassin's Creed Odyssey and discovers the evil conspiracy of the Cult of Kosmos, the organization that led to the tragedy of the protagonist's life.
The worst ending in Assassin's Creed Odyssey can be obtained by failing to kill or save Nicholas, Stantor, Myrrine, and Deimos, resulting in the protagonist going home for dinner Eat dinner alone. The protagonist glanced at the empty room before going out and saw Icarus perched on a branch with a slight smile on his face, but the protagonist quickly turned around and returned to the empty home.
#9 - The Protagonist Ends Up Alone In Assassin's Creed Odyssey
If the player explores one of the largest maps in the Assassin's Creed series and only leaves Nicholas alive, he goes to dinner with the protagonist, which makes the complicated past between the protagonist's stepfather and the protagonist quite awkward in Creed Odyssey . Nicholas comments that he feels weird coming back to the house again, and the main characters say they remember the place being bigger.
#8 - Nikolaos Is The Only One To Join AC Odyssey's Ending Dinner
If the player doesn't kill Nicholas and manages to keep Stantor alive, these two characters will appear with the protagonist in this Assassin's Creed Odyssey ending, but unfortunately, Myrrine and Deimos cannot join because they are already dead . The atmosphere of the dinner is still tense, the protagonist asks Stentor to pass the wine, but the man says there is no more wine until he finishes drinking.
#7 - Nikolaos And Stentor Survive In Assassin's Creed Odyssey
If the player decides to make one of the worst decisions in this Assassin's Creed game, it is to kill For all the main characters except Myrrine, she returns to the house with the main character. This ending is slightly better than the previous one, as Myrrine comforts the protagonist, but the two still feel the loss of Deimos, making Assassin's Creed Odyssey a bittersweet ending.
#6 - Myrrine Lives At The End Of Assassin's Creed Odyssey
Myrrine and Nikolaos will be reunited in the finale of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and while it will be a reunion of old lovers, the weight of the recent loss of a child and the past still weighs on their shoulders. The main character talks politely to his parents, but the old sense of closeness is gone, and it will be a long time before the three of them become a family again.
#5 - Myrrine and Nikolaos Reunite In An Odyssey Ending
The player must avoid one of the worst battles in Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which would end with Deimos' death, by convincing the player to abandon the cult. Unfortunately, it's not an easy task and requires a lot of right story choices. If the player is successful, they'll see a heartwarming scene in which Deimos pokes fun at the protagonist's table manners and Myrrine agrees with them.
#4 - Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Deimos Is Convinced To Go Home
If the player simply fails to save Deimos in Assassin's Creed Odyssey, they Will still have Nicholas, Stanto, and Myrrine at the dinner. Nikolaos tries to start a conversation by saying it's nice to be here, but Myrrine sharply replies that not everyone can make it, showing how deeply Deimos' death hurts Myrrine.
#3 - Deimos Is The Only One Who Dies In Assassin's Creed Odyssey
If the player defeats Assassin's Creed Odyssey without managing to save Stentor, only Nikolaos, Myrrine, and Deimos will join the protagonist for the awkward dinner. Nikolaos tried to break the ice by asking Deimos if he would go hunting with him the next day. Deimos accepts, with some encouragement from the protagonist and Myrrine, showing the family a chance to move on from their trauma.
#2 - Stentor Dies In Assassin's Creed Odyssey
Unlike the best endings in Assassin's Creed Odyssey, where the player must ensure everyone survives, the atmosphere is more relaxed, with everyone in the family happy and honest with each other. Myrrine and Nikolaos will try to teach some important life lessons, but Deimos and Stentor will soon get distracted and start a friendly bickering, while the protagonists will stand up and ask for more booze. Assassin's Creed Odyssey's best ending was a great, sweet ending for a suffering family Cosmic worship caused countless heartaches and tragedies, and unlike many endings, it should be easier for all family members to move on from the past and build a better future.
#1 - Everyone Is Alive In Assassin's Creed Odyssey
In the end, players can decide for themselves which ending they think is best, especially given that some fans can't forgive Nicholas for his actions and may feel that the ending where he didn't survive is best. Other players may not like Deimos because of their participation in the Cult of Kosmos that led to Phoibe's death, and they may prefer an ending without Deimos. Still, it's usually a better idea to keep the main characters alive for the best ending of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, where Alexios and Kassandra can reunite as siblings and make the characters a new family.
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