Like previous Assassin’s Creed games, players can make their way to the Arena in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and show off their true skills as a combatant. Of course, you’ll be rewarded with various prizes for your trouble, as well as the chance to battle some of the toughest enemies in Ancient Greece. But, how do you find the arena in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey? And what will it take to enter the arena? We’ll help you answer all of these questions today.
Where to Find the Arena
Unlike past arenas, the arena in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a bit more basic, focusing instead on wave-based encounters followed by mini-boss fights. If you want to complete the arena and take on every boss that it has to offer, you’re going to need to reach at least level 50. The good news is, most of the rewards that you can acquire here are more than worth the effort that goes into reaching that high of a level.
We’d strongly advise against heading towards the arena too early on. The lowest level fights start out at level 22, so you’re going to need to progress quite a bit before you can realistically take on any of the fights found here. Once you reach around level 20-22, head east, making your way towards Pephka. This is the furthest island in the southeastern corner of the world, so expect a nice long journey. You shouldn’t run into too many issues reaching the location, so long as you pay attention to the waters around you and avoid any dangerous looking ships.
Now that you know how to find the arena, you can start working on your skills as a combatant. Make sure you head back over to our Assassin’s Creed Odyssey guide for more in-depth help, like our guide on how to breathe underwater, as well as our guides on how to romance and how to get the Abraxas fire horse skin.