Revealed at E3 2019, Gods & Monster is set to release this year. The game has been developed by Ubisoft, and it’ll join all platforms, including Xbox Series X and PS5.
The game was supposed to be hidden, like shouldn’t have been released. However, yesterday the game was available on Stadia Store, by the name of Orpheus. Upon playing the game, players found that they were playing an early build of Gods & Monsters. According to the clips, most of the gameplay had inherited features from Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey.
Google has apologized for revealing Ubisoft’s project on Stadia. According to them, it was not intentional, and the game was played by hundreds of gamers for less than 30 minutes.
“Regretfully, on Thursday morning, we mistakenly made an E3 2019 demo version of Gods & Monsters from Ubisoft available on the Stadia store that was not intended for the public to play,” Google told Kotaku. “A few hundred gamers were able to play it for less than 30 minutes. We sincerely apologize to our partners at Ubisoft for this mistake.”
Looking at the gameplay, we are can assume it looks like a mix of Assassin’s Creed & Zelda. The game looks quite fantastic and other than that. It is a year old version of the game, thus it might look better in an official release.
Ubisoft has five “triple-A” titles in development. Most of them will be released in 2020, and some in 2021. The most notable games include Watch Dogs Legion, Rainbow Six QUarantine, Gods & Monsters, and The Division 2. Other than that, they also announced Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which is another massive title coming this year.
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