The Legacy of the First Blade DLC story arc has just concluded after the final episode Bloodlines landed in Assassin's Creed Odyssey earlier this month, and now we have details on the March monthly update hitting the RPG.
On top of The Legacy of the First Blade we also have The Lost Tales of Greece free content, and now we know that the seventh episode called A Friend Worth Dying For will be available as of March 26. Players will have to help Barnabas discover what his hallucination of a loved one means, and to access this players need to have reached Chapter 5 and visited Skyros.
In terms of new content, on March 19 we can expect the Abstergo Pack with a new gear set, mount, bow, ship design, figurehead, and crew theme, not to mention Captain Octopus as a Legendary Liutenant skin.
Assassin's Creed III fans should also remember that this game and Liberation are getting remastered releases on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on March 29, included in the Odyssey Season Pass or available as standalone. These feature higher resolution textures, 4K support, Physically-Based Rendering (PBR) to improve light and material properties, model improvements, new UI, a new economic system in-game, new stealth features, and new Legacy outfits.
As for those on Switch, they'll have to wait a bit longer for these two remastered titles, as it'll release on Switch on May 21, including all the improvements as well as exclusive features like UI usable via the touch screen, motion control for weapon aiming, and HUD adaptation for both docked and handheld.
Lastly, we're reminded about the Assassin's Creed Symphony concert tour - tickets and details for which you can find here - and the fourth round of the Photo Mode Contest running from today until March 21 with the theme of Ancient Greece's Myths and Legends, giving players the chance to win a Spartan Collector's Edition of Odyssey.
Which is the highlight of this month?