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AC: Odyssey | Guide to the 9 Endings of the Game


Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey has 9 finals in total! This is the first time a game in the series has so many endings. This is because Odyssey gives a lot of importance to the choices made during the game.

The endings of the game revolve around how many family members survive to the end. The fate of family members is based on your choices during the game. With this guide, we'll see how to get all nine endings in the game.



How to get the good ending

The "good ending" is the one where the whole family is reunited, in order to do so, of course, all members must survive.

Below are the steps needed for the Good Ending (if you want to get the worst ending, you must do the exact opposite):

  • Episode 2: Don't kill your father Nikolaos
  • Episode 6: Promise Myrrine you'll save Deimos from the Cultists
  • Episode 7: Convince Nikolaos to deal with Stentor when you meet them again in Ep 7 (only available if you didn't kill Nikolaos in Ep 2)
  • Episode 7: Don't Kill Stentor, Your Brother
  • Episode 8: In the prison, when Deimos speaks to you, you convince Deimos that the Cult is manipulating him. When Kleon appears, Deimos must say, "I am not your puppet," if that happens, it means that you have done it correctly. If Deimos does not say it, you must reload the previous save and retry the conversation.
  • Episode 9: Don't fight Deimos

These are the key moments in the story. If you lose a character, in the end you get a different set of characters. Also, it will change the way the final mission takes place and it will also affect who will sit at the table in the epilogue.



How to get the bad ending

The worst ending you can get in Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey . Whether you have chosen Alexios or Kassandra (it doesn't matter), you will go home alone. It's a lonely life being a killer, especially when you decide to kill everyone you love. As we said, the endings are influenced by how many family members survive.

That's what you're gonna have to do to end it in Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey the worst possible way. Here are all the steps.

  • You let Myrinne get killed by Deimos or Myrinne abandons you after you promised to spare Deimos and then you kill them.
  • You chose to kill Deimos.
  • You chose to kill Nikolaos.
  • You didn't let Nikolaos intervene in the whole Stentor situation.
  • You chose to kill Stentor.
    Or Stentor doesn't show up because Nikolaos isn't around.

This is basically the ending in there Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey for the bloodthirsty players.

Final: Just you and Myrrine

If you'd rather just spend some time with Myrinne you'll have this ending. Here, we'll see Alexios or Kassandra at home with only Myrrine to accompany them.

As you may have guessed, you'll get this ending if you're a little bloodthirsty again. We've gone over the things you need to do to get this ending down here.

  • Don't let Myrrine be killed by Deimos.
  • You didn't promise Myrrine to spare Deimos.
  • Kill Deimos.
  • Kill Nikolaos.
  • Don't let Nikolaos intervene with Stentor.
  • Kill Stentor or Stentor doesn't show up because Nikolaos isn't there.

Final: You, Myrrine and Deimos

As you can guess, just choose not to kill someone and keep them on your side during the adventure, and they'll be with you at home at the end of the game.



In this finale, Deimos will join Alexios or Kassandra and Myrrine. That's what you'll need to make sure you get this ending in Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey .

  • Don't let Myrrine be killed by Deimos.
  • Don't kill Deimos.
  • You are able to use your skills to convince Deimos to rebel against the Cult.
  • Kill Nikolaos.
  • Don't let Nikolaos intervene in the Stentor matter.
  • Kill Stentor or Stentor doesn't show up because Nikolaos isn't there.

We are slowly managing to control our bloodlust and have more family members at the end of the game.

Final: You, Deimos, Myrrine, Nikolaos...

This ending sees Alexios or Kassandra united with Myrrine, Deimos and Nikolaos. Unfortunately, Stentor is the one missing in this ending because you killed him. We've analyzed what you need to do to get this ending down here.

  • Don't let Myrrine be killed by Deimos.
  • Don't kill Deimos.
  • You're able to use your abilities to convince Deimos to rebel against the Cult.
  • You don't kill Nikolaos.
  • You let Nikolaos intervene in the Stentor thing.
  • Kill Stentor.

Finale: You, Myrrine and Nikolaos

Depending on the choices you made in Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey , you may find yourself with Myrrine and Nikolaos at your side at the end of the game. As you may have guessed, that means you didn't keep Deimos alive. But you did let Nikolaos intervene with Stentor. Doesn't mean you let the latter live, though.


  • You didn't let Deimos kill Myrrine.
  • You didn't promise Myrrine to spare Deimos when you had the chance.
  • You don't kill Nikolaos.
  • You let Nikolaos intervene in the Stentor situation.
  • Kill Stentor.

Endings: everyone alive except Deimos

In this finale of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey , your chosen protagonist is flanked by Myrrine, Stentor and Nikolaos in their home. Deimos is nowhere to be seen.


That's all you have to do to get this ending.

  • You won't let Deimos kill Myrrine.
  • You don't promise Myrrine to spare Deimos when you get the chance.
  • Then you went ahead and killed Deimos.
  • Don't kill Nikolaos.
  • You let Nikolaos intervene with Stentor.
  • So you don't kill Stentor.

Final: You, Nikolaos and Stentor

In this ending, you will once again watch your chosen protagonist at home. This time, you will be flanked by Nikolaos and Stentor, with Myrrine and Deimos nowhere to be seen.

  • You let Myrrine get killed by Deimos.
  • Don't promise Myrrine to spare Deimos when you get the chance.
  • Then you went ahead and killed Deimos.
  • You don't kill Nikolaos.
  • Allow Nikolaos to intervene with Stentor.
  • So you don't kill Stentor.

Final: only Nikolaos is alive

In this ending of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, our protagonist is left alone with Nikolaos.

  • Myrrine is killed by Deimos.
  • You killed Deimos
  • You don't kill Nikolaos.
  • Allow Nikolaos to intervene with Stentor.
  • Kill Stentor anyway.

How to unlock the secret ending Atlantis

In Assassins' Creed: Odyssey is the sunken city of Atlantis. Discovering it and doing the quests dedicated to it will unlock a secret ending. We've drawn up a specific guide for this ending.



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