Gaming giant Ubisoft has another big action RPG game coming this year. This week, the studio released a new trailer for its upcoming game, "Assassin’s Creed Odyssey." The newly released video features huge naval gameplay in stunning 4K.

As reported earlier by DSO Gaming, the newly released trailer provides new details about the upcoming open world, action RPG. According to their website, this new trailer focuses more on the naval gameplay and combat, which has been improved and expanded.

Ubisoft's upcoming RPG game to use primitive weapons not cannons

According to Ubisoft developers, the game’s naval gameplay and combat have been expanded compared to the previous game. The new "Assassin’s Creed Odyssey" game will be more intense than before, so expect some big moves when the game hits the market.

However, this upcoming game will have naval combat that is not based on cannons. Instead, the hard naval engagement will be fought using primitive weapons such as "javelins and arrows," Dual Shockers reported. But players will be provided with more energy and very high accelerations, making them more mobile and agile. The increased mobility and agility are intended to allow more intense actions in this game.

Players could expect some serious ramming attacks in this new game.

Additionally, the game will also be much bigger than the previous version of the game. Ubisoft will be adding some Athens gameplay along with a much bigger Greek city, which according to Wccftech will be 40 percent bigger than the previous "Origins’ Alexandria."

In addition to increased mobility, Ubisoft has also added some great features to make them more appealing for the "Assassin Creed" fans.

This includes a new game reward system and players will learn more about this reward system when they watch the new trailer.

About the upcoming action RPG, Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Developed and published by Ubisoft, the "Assassin’s Creed Odyssey" is an upcoming open-world action RPG. This new game takes place in the year 431 BCE, during the ancient Peloponnesian war.

Players will take the role of a mercenary. This upcoming game is promising more intense action compared to its predecessor in terms of gameplay and combat.

"Assassins" Creed Odyssey will be officially released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 5. Ubisoft has already made the game available for pre-order. Players can now take the order on Amazon's official website.