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​Most Assassin's Creed Players Are Horny, Ubisoft Reveals

​Most Assassin's Creed Players Are Horny, Ubisoft Reveals

Given the open, more than 70% of players try to sleep with characters in the open world stab 'em up.

Julian Benson

Julian Benson

October 5 marks the one year anniversary of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the sandbox stab 'em up's gap year in the Mediterreanean. To mark the occasion, Ubisoft has released a bunch of stats on how people have been playing the game. The numbers reveal, among other things, that Assassin's Creed players are horny af.

You dog, you
You dog, you

According to Ubisoft's numbers, when presented with the option in dialogue, 71.5% of players will opt to flirt. The numbers also paint a somewhat wholesome picture of humanity, with players choosing to tell the truth 66% of the time, and opting for the friendly option 68% of the time. Though, maybe it isn't to do with humanity after all, as they might have a bit of a god complex. After all, 57% of the time players choose the god option over the human option.

Other stats reveal that, collectively, players have killed more than 20 billion people. Considering some estimates put the population of the world in 400BC at 165 million people, that means players have killed everyone in the ancient world 121 times over.

Another mind-boiling number is that players have amassed 645 million hours of play, or 73,500 years. A mere "1,25 million hours" of that has been spent exploring the world in pet bird vision.

To celebrate the past year, Ubisoft is giving away a free mount. The flamboyant steed is named after the nymph Melaina and comes fitted with purple wings, horn, eyes, and hooves. It's quite the disco animal.

Who wouldn't want to turn up to a party on this?
Who wouldn't want to turn up to a party on this?

There may not be any more plans for big DLC releases for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, with its life continuing through new mercenary encounters instead, Odyssey has received a great deal of support over the past year, akin to something like a Game as a Service game. It will be interesting to see if Gods & Monsters, the next game from the team, will follow the Assassin's Creed standalone model, or if it will be more akin to Rainbow Six Siege in receiving updates long after its release.

Featured Image Credit: Ubisoft

Topics: Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Ubisoft