Assassin's Creed Odyssey is a massive, sprawling RPG filled with loads of new features to learn and master. Now for the upgrading part, unless you have a gear that you absolutely need/want, dont upgrade it, upgrading cost are the same no matter the level. Follow the prompt on screen to open the inventory screen. Odyssey has a huge system of engravings that add buffs and bonuses to gear: +10% warrior damage, +5% damage to Spartans, and so on. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the assassinscreed community. Walkthrough. Abilities also work constructively to increase damage output. Most of the time tho I just end up starting that way, and then pulling a whole bunch of mobs which I then slay by brute force haha. If upgrading a lv 4 helmet to level 50 costs 500 wood, upgrading a lv 49 helmet to lv 50 also costs 500 wood. Just follow the prompts on screen to equip the starting equipment that you have. the green arrow tends to just mean a gear piece has more armour or a weapon has more dps, but you'll notice that every item has an "engraving", like +10% assassin damage, or more exotic stuff like "breath underwater", its probably best to go for armour with engravings that fit your playstyle, if you're mainly in combat get stuff with warrior engravings, sometimes its more important to have an item with a good … If you want the best gear, you’re going to have to work for it. It’ll give you +15% assassin damage and +25% adrenalin on assassination kill. As for upgrading, dont do it often. So dont upgrade until you need it, only wear gear that are best individually, unless they are a complete set, and dismantle as opposed to selling. Having opened the chest, it will be time to get your gear onto the character. I have accidentally disassembled one of the legendary items I got (I believe it was one of the shinguards you get very early). Thanks for your reply. Should I equip that item then, if it replaces a legendary? Achilles Armor Set. Managing, upgrading, and making decisions about your gear in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a constant and ever-evolving task. Is there a way to get it back? As for old items, keep all Epics and Legendaries as they may come in useful later on for the build you do end up choosing and just disassemble all Common and Rare ones. Or doesn't it matter? Keep in mind it will happen when you have the full set, and it stays that level unless you upgrade it. Start your odyssey on the right foot by checking out our basic tips and tricks guide. For news, discussion and more about Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise. When you use a legendary armor set, you give up 5 slots (one on each piece) for the set's single benefit. Possibly the earliest piece of legendary armor you can get is the Pilgrim’s Belt.You can find it in a legendary chest in Malis, northeast of the starting island. Mostly I will try to hide as much as possible, and whistle in an enemy, which I then stealth kill. Just follow the prompts on screen to equip the starting equipment that you have. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Having gear not exactly at your level is perfectly fine (even on nightmare), I would try to keep within about 5 levels though for weapons as they contribute more to your DPS. Once you're at the end of the game say level 42, choose the set that matches your build and upgrqde it every 10 levels at level 51, 61, 71, 81, 91, when the … Sell them? keep legendary items around, other items you should either sell (get money) or dismantle (get crafting materials you can use to upgrade your ship, craft arrows or upgrade any other older gear to your own level), the green arrow tends to just mean a gear piece has more armour or a weapon has more dps, but you'll notice that every item has an "engraving", like +10% assassin damage, or more exotic stuff like "breath underwater", its probably best to go for armour with engravings that fit your playstyle, if you're mainly in combat get stuff with warrior engravings, sometimes its more important to have an item with a good engraving that fits your style than an item with a bigger number on it which doesn't suit your style, probably not best to constantly upgrade one item because that can be a drain on your resources, so you should probably move onto newer weapons you pick up and occasionally go back to the wolfs sword when you fancy it, if you enter the visual customisation menu you can make any sword look like the wolfs sword if you like how it looks.