Like the rest of the Assassin's Creed series, Odyssey is another work of art with breathtaking scenary and historically accurate locations. NEXT: Assassin's Creed Odyssey: 10 Most Beautiful Locations, Ranked. This fight with Deimos is identical to the encounter during The Battle of Pylos, so keep your distance and stick to ranged attacks while evading his abilities, the majority of which are telegraphed by red circles on the ground that indicates the area of attack, and you should take him down. Assassin's Creed: Odyssey was no different. One of the smaller Cyclops battles brings your misthios toe-to-toe with Steropes - The Lightning Bringer. Like most of the other hidden areas, Atlantis is unlockable but for the majority of your gameplay, hidden. That means that it is most similar to Old Norse of all the Scandinavian languages, this can be attested by most Icelanders who have read the 800 year old sagas and understood them. When it comes to the game's hidden areas, there aren't really any that you won't be able to find. Again, like the others, finding Medusa will also take a good deal of work, and is only discoverable by completing a quest. So, for those less familiar with Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, here are 10 of the game's more mysterious locations. It actually incorporates some mythological lore to the game. Navigate back to the Walkthrough 10 Craziest Quests In Skyrim (& Where To Find Them), 10 Hidden Areas You Didn't Know Existed In Assassin's Creed Odyssey, 10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do In Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Assassin's Creed Odyssey: The 10 Most Important Choices You'll Have To Make In The Game, Assassin's Creed Odyssey: 10 Secret Side Quests Everyone Missed, Assassin's Creed Odyssey: 10 Most Beautiful Locations, Ranked, Skyrim: 10 Things That Never Made Sense About The Thalmor, 15 Dragon Age: Origins Mods That Make The Game Even Better, Final Fantasy: 10 Awesome Things You Didn't Know About Ragnarok, 10 Best Selling Super Mario Games, Ranked (& How Much They Sold), The 10 Best PlayStation Games Referenced By Astro Bots In Astro's Playroom, Fallout 4: The 15 Most Powerful Enemies, Ranked, 10 Things That Make No Sense About The Doom Franchise, Spider-Man: The 5 Best Games Of The Web-Slinger (& The 5 Worst), According To Metacritic, Injustice: The 5 Best & 5 Worst Alternate Skins Of All Time, The 10 Biggest Fixes Spider-Man: Miles Morales Needs, 5 Things We Loved About Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity (& 5 Things We Don’t), Assassin's Creed Valhalla: 10 Unanswered Questions We Want Resolved In The DLC, The Witcher 3: 10 Side Quests Players Completely Overlook, 10 Pro Tips For Assassin's Creed Valhalla You Need To Know, 5 Xbox One RPGs With Amazing Storylines (& 5 Not Worth The Hype), 10 Mistakes Everyone Makes While Playing Survival Horror Games, Resident Evil: 10 Most Horrifying Viruses In The Franchise, Ranked. As you continue to scratch cultists off the list, their hidden locations slowly become revealed. One of the unique creatures that you take on, and one of the only that you battle multiple times in the game, is the legendary Cyclops. Anyway, you'll eventually find the snake-haired woman on the Island of Lesbos somewhere in the Petrified Valley. The Sphinx is one of the few mythical beings that you don't just fight and move on from. No matter, the Sphinx's location is hidden for a good portion of the game. One of the more interesting areas on the map that you'll see early on, but not have full access to, is the Forgotten Isle. The name 'Taygetos' is one of oldest recorded, appearing in Homer's Odyssey.