Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Where to Find the Four Pieces of Atlantis

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Where to Find the Four Pieces of Atlantis

To unlock the legendary city of Atlantis you'll need to find four mystic artefacts found across the game.

The Gates of Atlantis is a quest that occurs pretty late into the story of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, but it can be one of the more rewarding missions in the entire game. On this page we'll be walking you through how to find the Pieces of Atlantis artefacts as easily as possible, so you can complete this quest line.

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Where to Find the Pieces of Atlantis in Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Firstly, we should point out that these Pieces of Atlantis aren't simply scattered across the map of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, waiting to be recovered. There are four 'trials' you'll have to undertake in order to claim each Piece of Atlantis, and you'll have to face off against a different mythological creature in each trial.

Four artefacts will need to be found and brought to Atlantis to get access to the mythological city. | Ubisoft

Pieces of Atlantis Artefact Locations

Just below, we'll list the starting location of each quest that revolves around a Piece of Atlantis, as well as detailing the level requirements for the area in which they take place, so you know exactly what you've got to work towards.

  • A God Among Men - This quest can be started at Pilgrim Hill, which is located on Kythera Island, which has a minimum level recommendation of 35. There are three total quests in this extended sequence, which all cultimate in a huge boss fight with the Cyclops.
  • Myths and Minotaurs - Head to Minos's Legacy, within Messera, to start this quest, which has a recommended level of 28. At the conclusion of this questline, you'll have to pick up a ring at the end of a golden thread, and use it to navigate your way around a maze, before facing the Minotaur boss fight.
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  • The Lore of the Sphinx - Head to north Boeotia, above the Scorched Rolling Plains to start this quest, in the region with a level recommendation of 34. For this quest, you'll have to answer the Sphinx's riddles, the answers to which we've laid out in this guide here.
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  • Romancing the Stone Garden - This quest kicks off a long line of quests in the journey to taking down Medusa, which can be started in the Petrified Valley region of Lesbos, which has a level recommendation of 46. Be warned, as you'll want to be at least level 50 when facing off against Medusa, which is undoubtedly the toughest fight in the entire game. We've also laid out a winning strategy here.

With all four of the locations of the Pieces of Atlantis revealed, you now have what you need to unlock the famed underwater city. Now that we're all wrapped up with this guide, you can check out our Assassin's Creed Odyssey Romance guide, or our Assassin's Creed Odyssey Ship guide, for more information.

Before getting too deep, why not see what other AC: Odyssey content we've got here at USG? Mike's review of the game can be found here, or check out what we have to say on the game in this episode of Axe of the Blood God.

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