Following the Adventure Time collaboration, the developers from Ubisoft have announced a new crossover event coming to action/adventure Immortals Fenyx Rising. From now until January 28, players can take on a new “Blood of Zeus”-themed quest called A Tribute to Family, which tasks them with defeating two evil mythical creatures from another world. A Tribute to Family is available after completing the quest “Gods and Monsters” and will be trackable on the game map.
The quest will first take you to the Hall of the Gods where you’ll find a lone ghost to interact with. Completing the quest will earn players the Eagle pendant and new “Blood of Zeus”-inspired customization options.
You’ll also be able to purchase a new weapon pack containing themed skins for Fenyx’s sword, axe, and bow, as well as a character pack to customize your armor, helmet, wings, mount, and Phosphor with a unique “Blood of Zeus” flair. Both the weapon and character pack can still be purchased after the conclusion of the crossover event.
About Immortals Fenyx Rising:
You are in for a fresh and witty take on the open-world action-adventure genre, featuring dynamic action, combat and stories inspired by Greek mythology. Roam freely across a beautifully stylized world and use extraordinary abilities gifted by the gods against fearsome mythological monsters. Treacherous trials, heroic feats and the very underworld itself await your bravery.
Immortals Fenyx Rising is out now on Stadia, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and Amazon Luna.
About Blood of Zeus:
Coming from the creators of Castlevania, Blood of Zeus tells of the brewing war between the gods of Olympus and the titans. Heron, a commoner living on the outskirts of ancient Greece, becomes mankind’s best hope of surviving an evil demon army, when he discovers the secrets of his past.
The trailer below features a variety of characters: from your usual mortals being stuck in the war between gods and titans to the Greek Pantheon having their own internal strife going on in the middle of a local end of the world.