Ubisoft is taking action towards gamers who're utilizing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Story Creator mode to take advantage of the sport’s character levelling system.
Introduced at E3 2019 and released shortly after, the Story Creator Mode is meant to allow gamers to make their very own quests for the sport and then share them with other gamers.
It’s been discovered, maybe unsurprisingly, that some gamers have been gaming the system by creating straightforward quests which make it potential to farm a number of XP and degree up considerably quicker, as an alternative of purchasing the XP boosters from the in-game retailer.
In a submit on the Ubisoft forums, the writer has defined how it is going to be tackling the problem.
In line with Ubisoft “these exploits danger jeopardizing the general quality, integrity, and objective of Story Creator Mode and leads to much less visibility for the artistic, fascinating and admittedly incredible group tales which were revealed.”
Now, present XP farming quests gained’t appear in any of the automated suggestion lists such as the Corridor of Fame or Trending and any quests that are reported for farming will probably be hidden.
To make the principles completely clear to players going forward, Ubisoft shall be updating its phrases of use for the software, after which those who continue to break the principles might be sanctioned.
Ubisoft has different plans to deter gamers from utilizing such exploits in the future which it should reveal closer to implementation.