Ubisoft's Gods and Monsters Release Date, Gameplay Trailer, Platforms - Everything We Know

Ubisoft's Gods and Monsters Release Date, Gameplay Trailer, Platforms - Everything We Know

Here's our guide to Ubisoft's Gods and Monsters, including a release date, all the gameplay trailer footage we've seen, and much more.

Gods and Monsters was revealed by Ubisoft back at E3 2019, and it looks set to be blending together elements of Assassin's Creed Odyssey with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, if the art style is anything to go by. In this guide to the upcoming game, we'll be going over details including the Gods and Monsters release date, platforms for the game, all the trailers we've seen so far, and more.

Gods and Monsters Release Date

Although the Gods and Monsters release date was originally set to be February 2020, the game has now been delayed by Ubisoft. Currently, it's slated to be released during Ubisoft's next fiscal year, which means it could theoretically release any time after April 2020.

When it does release, Gods and Monsters will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch, Stadia, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. So, basically everything. It's a full priced game, retailing for $60 on all platforms.

Gods and Monsters Developers

The developers behind Gods and Monsters are Ubisoft Quebec, the team that delivered the impressive Assassin's Creed Odyssey back near the end of 2018. The team is once again returning to Ancient Greece as they did with Odyssey in Gods and Monsters, except this time they're exploring the land of gods and monsters through a more cartoonish lens.

Gods and Monsters Trailer

We mentioned above that Gods and Monsters was first revealed at Ubisoft's E3 2019 presentation. You can see the reveal trailer for the game below, which came near the end of a generally lackluster conference from Ubisoft, although most agreed that Gods and Monsters was one of the highlights of the show.

In Gods and Monsters, we're going to be embarking on an adventure through the land of Ancient Greece. Our nameless protagonist is journeying to the land of Greece to actually rescue the Gods from a horde of monsters, and we're going to be challenging Typhon, the leader of the monsters to free the Gods.

Mythology plays a big part of Gods and Monsters, as did Assassin's Creed Odyssey. According to the game website, we're going to be taking on monsters like Gorgons, Hydras, and the Cyclops, all rendered in a charming art style.

A Gorgon in Gods and Monsters. | Ubisoft

Right now, this is all the information we have to go on about the Gods and Monsters game from Ubisoft. We'll update this guide whenever there's any additional details announced.

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