Immortals Fenyx Rising

Immortals Fenyx Rising – How to Return Odysseus’s Ship Home

Immortals Fenyx Rising - How to Return Odysseus's Ship Home

As you embark in your quests in the recently launched Ubisoft’s Immortals Fenyx Rising, there are a lot of godly tasks you need to accomplish such as return Odysseus’s Ship Home. On several occasions, you will have to exceed the achievements of the gods like in the demo we set to guide the arrow through fifteen axe rings. In your journey to become a hero, you will learn ancient Greek lore and more. Stick around and in this guide, we will show you how to return Odysseus’s Ship Home in Immortals Fenyx Rising.

How to Return Odysseus’s Ship Home in Immortals Fenyx Rising

On your quest, you will have to outdo or perform tasks the gods did before you. With Odysseus, you will have to return his ship back home as he did. However, the task is easier than you would imagine. Keep at the quest markers and deal with the giant on the island that has the broken bridge. Deal with the giant first, so you don’t have to worry about him interrupting your mission.

The island has two Odysseus’s statues. Look around the statues and one of them will have a ship near it. Next, you need to find the broken Trojan horse and push a button. Look around from the status and you should be able to see the large head of a horse, that your clue. Head to the horse and look behind for a button, push it.

As you push the button, it will trigger the spawning of some foes. In order to proceed, you need to defeat them all. After you are done killing the enemies, go to the head of the horse and collect the small wooden ship.

Now, take the ship to the statue. Don’t haste the process or there is a chance you will drop the ship and the mission will reset. In case, you do drop the ship, you will have to start again. You can use the Bracers of Herakles to carry the ship and use abilities like sprint and jump to not get trapped anywhere. Go to the statue that did not have the ship and place the small ship on you in front of the statue. That’s it, you have returned the Odysseus’s Ship Home.    

Tim Blisz
I am an avid gamer who loves to write about games. When not writing, I like to cook and play first-person shooter video games.

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