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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: How to Get All Endings (Spoilers)

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: How to Get All Endings (Spoilers)

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey opts to go in the same directions as many other large, open world titles, by offering up a variety of endings. Depending on the decisions and actions of Alexios or Kassandra as you follow their story, you’ve got the chance to get one of nine different endings in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. While there’s certainly a best ending in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, the endings don’t vary massively in terms of how they play out.

In case you’re wondering what you need to know to get all endings in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, we’ve gone through and broken down exactly what you’re going to need to have done on your adventure to get each one.

It’s worth noting that some of these endings only require the player to make one slightly different decision on their adventure to get a different ending. Don’t worry, you’ll see what we mean when we get into it.

Spoiler Warning: Before we go ahead and dive into Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s endings, we’re giving you one last chance to turn around. There are plenty of spoilers ahead that give away elements of the game’s narrative. We’ve pushed all spoilery content further down this page and beyond, just to avoid any accidental peaks as you were loading up the page.

How to Get All Endings in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

All By Myyyyselfffff

assassin's creed odyssey, how to get all endings

Possibly the worst ending you can get in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Whether you chose Alexios or Kassandra (it doesn’t matter), they’ll be at home all on their own. It’s a lonely life being an assassin, especially when you opt to kill everyone you held dear.

That’s what you’re pretty much going to have to do in order to get this ending in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. We’ve broken down all of the steps for you below.

  • You let Myrinne be killed by Deimos OR
  • Myrinne abandons you after you promised to spare Deimos and then killed them.
  • You chose to kill Deimos.
  • You chose to kill Nikolaos.
  • You didn’t allow Nikolaos to intervene with the whole Stentor situation.
  • You chose to kill Stentor.
  • OR, Stentor doesn’t show up because Nikolaos isn’t around. He’s fickle like that.

We told you that this is basically the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey ending for you bloodthirsty players out there!

Just You and Myrrine

If you’d rather just spend some quality time with Myrinne… or just couldn’t help but kill a bunch of those you hold close, because you’re an assassin and stuff, you’ll get this ending. Here, we’ll see either Alexios or Kassandra at home with just Myrrine to accompany them.

As you might have guessed, you’ll get this ending if you’ve been a little bloodthirsty again. We’ve broken down the things you’ll need to do to get this ending below.

  • You don’t let Myrrine be killed by Deimos.
  • You didn’t promise Myrrine to spare Deimos.
  • You kill Deimos.
  • You kill Nikolaos.
  • You don’t let Nikolaos intervene with the whole Stentor business.
  • You kill Stentor.
  • Stentor doesn’t show up because Nikolaos isn’t there.

Me, Myrrine, and Deimos

You can probably see the pattern forming here as we go through Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s endings. Choose not to kill someone, and keep them on your good side during the adventure, and they’ll be with you at your home by the end of the game.

In this ending, Deimos will join either Alexios or Kassandra and Myrrine. Here’s what you’ll need to ensure you do in order to get this ending in Assassins’ Creed Odyssey.

  • You don’t let Myrrine be killed by Deimos.
  • You don’t kill Deimos.
  • You’re able to use your expert language skills to persuade Deimos to turn against the Cult. You silver-tongued assassin, you.
  • You kill Nikolaos.
  • You don’t let Nikolaos intervene with the whole Stentor business.
  • You kill Stentor.
  • Stentor doesn’t show up because Nikolaos isn’t there.

We’re slowly but surely managing to control our bloodlust and have more friends as we go through these Assassin’s Creed Odyssey endings. Weird how there’s a correlation between these two things, huh?

Three’s a Crowd, Four’s Alright Though!

Okay, okay, we’ve almost made it to the very best ending in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Chances are, if you got this ending, you were so close to being able to go ahead and not murder someone you were close to, but just couldn’t help yourself that one time.

This ending sees Alexios or Kassandra joined by Myrrine, Deimos, and Nikolaos. Sadly, Stentor’s the one that misses out in this ending… ’cause you killed him and all that. We’ve broken down what you’ll need to do to get this ending below.

  • You don’t let Myrrine be killed by Deimos.
  • You don’t kill Deimos.
  • You’re able to use your expert language skills to persuade Deimos to turn against the Cult. You silver-tongued assassin, you.
  • You don’t kill Nikolaos.
  • You let Nikolaos intervene when it comes to Stentor.
  • You kill Stentor.

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