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The Art of Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is an art book for Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. Written by Kate Lewis with a foreword by art director Thierry Dansereau and world director Benjamin Hall. The book was published by Titan Books and released on October 9, 2018.

Publisher's summary

The newest game in the franchise, Assassin's Creed® Odyssey, takes players on an epic voyage through history. The Art of Assassin's Creed Odyssey collates hundreds of concept arts, including sketches, final paintings, and 3D renders, alongside in-depth commentary from the artists and developers, representing the ultimate insight into the design processes behind the game.[1]

Limited Edition

The newest game in the franchise, Assassin’s Creed® Odyssey, takes players on an epic voyage through history. The Art of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Limited Edition collates hundreds of concept arts, including sketches, final paintings, and 3D renders, alongside in-depth commentary from the artists and developers, representing the ultimate insight into the design processes behind the game. Plus an exclusive jacket, slipcase and two special art prints signed by the artists.[2]

Contents

  • Foreword
  • Prologue: Battle of Thermopylae
    • Leonidas
    • The Broken Spear of Leonidas
    • Biomes
    • Weather
  • Chapter 1: Kephallonia
    • Kephallonia Island
    • Kassandra
    • Alexios
    • Markos
    • Barnabas
  • Chapter 2: Megaris
    • Nikolaos
    • Encampments
    • Forts
    • War Outcomes
    • Weapons
  • Chapter 3: Phokis
    • Ancient Structures
    • Oracle of Delphi
    • Herodotos
    • Cult of Kosmos
    • Pyramid
    • Cultist Ceremony
  • Chapter 4: Attika
    • Athens
    • Perikles
    • Aspasia
    • Kleon
    • Sokrates
    • Alkibiades
    • Factions: Athenians
  • Chapter 5: Life at Sea
    • Ships
    • Sea Battles
    • Factions: Pirates
    • Xenia
    • Underwater Exploration
  • Chapter 6: Argolis
    • Architecture
    • Textures and Materials
    • Hippokrates
  • Chapter 7: Korinthia
    • Brasidas
    • Points of Interest
  • Chapter 8: First Civilization
    • First Civilization
    • Atlantis
    • Present Day
    • Layla Hassan
    • Ikaros
    • Pythagoras
    • Cyclops
  • Chapter 9: Lesbos
    • Petrified Forest
    • Medusa's Temple
    • Medusa
  • Chapter 10: Krete
    • Labyrinth
    • Minotaur
    • Battle Arena
  • Chapter 11: Boeotia
    • Ruined Temple
    • Sphinx
    • Legendary Animals
  • Chapter 12: Kythera
    • Kythera City
    • Other Factions
    • Flags
  • Chapter 12: Lakonia
    • The Two Kings
    • Sparta
    • Myrrine
    • Factions: Spartans
    • Storyboard: Mount Taygetos
    • Mount Taygetos
    • Deimos
  • Acknowledgements

Continuity

On page 76, Aspasia is referred to as Perikles wife. However in-game (and historically) she is only portrayed as being his companion.

On page 98, Xenia is referenced as wearing a formidable helmet (present in concept art), however in-game Xenia wears no such helmet.

On page 134, Layla Hassan is mentioned as still being an Abstergo employee working for their Historical Research and Development division. None of her affiliation to the Assassins are mentioned.

On page 163, the Atlantis artifacts are erroneously referred to as Apples of Eden.

On page 181, the Daughters of Artemis are referred to as the "Huntresses of Artemis".

Limited Edition

The Limited Edition of the art book was limited to 400 copies worldwide. It features a variant cover to the standard edition enclosed in a protective slipcase. It also includes an exclusive print signed by concept artists Hugo Puzzuoli and Caroline Soucy.[2]

Gallery

References

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