Immortals: Fenyx Rising is out on December 3rd. But how good is the new action adventure from Ubisoft? The first international ratings have arrived.

This is how the world evaluates

Here you can find some of the previously published reviews of Immortals: Fenyx Rising (buy now € 58.19 ):

PCGames – 8/10
Gamestar – 82%
Gamepro – 87%
4players – 87%

God is a geek – 90/100
Hardcore gamers – 90/100
Gaming trend – 90/100
COGconnected – 87/100
Areajugones – 85/100
PlayStation Universe – 80/100
TrueGaming – 80/100
Attack of the Fanboy – 80/100
Wccftech – 80/100
DualShockers – 75/100
Gamers Heroes – 75/100
Carole Quintaine – 75/100
Push Square – 70/100
VGC – 40/100
CGMagazine – 30/100

As it turns out, Ubisoft has made a very exciting and good open world game that uses The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – and in a positive sense. However, there is a lack of NPCs and the variety of opponents could have been more abundant. In addition, the German voice output cannot really convince. The main story lacks surprises and the riddle shrines could have been a bit more varied.

The setting and graphics as well as the atmosphere are convincing and the game is never unfair. There's a lot to explore and a very extensive main mission that will teach you even more about Greek mythology. Immortals: Fenyx Rising can even convince when it comes to side missions. So you get a lot to do with the action adventure – regardless of whether you play on the PC, the PS4, the PS5, the Xbox One, the Xbox Series X / S or the Nintendo Switch. You can find out more about the title in our review.

Source: Resetera / Metacritic

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