Climb Zeus' rock-hard P*nis in Assassin's Creed Odyssey

by Sammy Chan

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is currently raking up all the positives from the select reviewers who got an early copy. It’s hard to argue when you haven’t had the game for yourself and have to see through the fixated perspective of someone else, but if there’s something we can all agree on, its that Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has a sh*t-ton of content. You could, perhaps even, say that it packs a full load. Okay, that was weak, but I have a 300-word minimum to achieve. Let’s take a look at the hottest news regarding Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
It’s not the fact that you get two playable protagonists. It’s not the fact that you can romance half a dozen characters regardless of sexuality. It is not the fact that you get the biggest Assassin’s Creed map to date, with an exquisite level of detail in it. It is not the fact that they’re bringing back an upgraded and enhanced naval warfare experience. Ladies and Gentlemen, the latest and hottest thing trending regarding the latest installment, or earliest should you describe it chronologically, is that you can climb the genitalia of the Norse god of thunder Zeus.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey

You may be wondering why…

If you’re like me and can’t wait until the game comes out this October 5, 2018, you can check out some videos on YouTube. There are quite a few uploads already, and disappointingly, scenarios for each protagonist yield a similar outcome.
Now, you MUST be wondering, ‘Why in the world would I climb Zeus’ p*nis??’. Upon completing the climb across Zeus’ naked figure, you get to ‘Synchronize’ with the area. For Assassin’s Creed newcomers, to ‘synchronize’ is to reveal more detail regarding your surrounding areas such as revealing side quests and collectibles.
The feat was first popularized by Reddit user turtopor, with a total of 13.1k upvotes. Several YouTube videos also exhibit the entire climbing process, including some entertaining quips, exclaimed by the protagonists.

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Dean Alexander Lim 03/10/2018 - 3:27 pm

Norse god of Thunder, huh?. Man, you really work hard on your research.

unoriginalden 03/10/2018 - 5:53 pm

Oh dear 😂 sorry about that, nice find! I was too caught up in the moment writing about that good p e n i s lmao. Thanks!

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