Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will have to Oikos of the Olympians store. The vendor Sargon will sell Epic to Legendary gear for you and your ship. The only catch is that he doesn’t accept drachmae; instead, you’ll have to pay him with Orichalcum Fragments. This currency is much more rare, and you’ll have to try much harder to earn it.
The Oikos of the Olympians in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is similar to the Nomad vendor in AC Origins, just tweaked a bit. If you haven’t played Origins, let’s bring you up to speed. Basically, the Oikos of the Olympians is a store that sells exotic items, such as Epics, Legendaries, etc. The thing is, it’s never that simple. You always have to go the extra mile to purchase these legendaries. When it comes to the Oikos of the Olympians, the vendor, Sargon, will require a special currency: Orichalcum Fragments.
How does one earn Orichalcum Fragments? Well, the game itself tells you to complete Daily Quests and specific War Contracts and Bounties. However, the video below does point out that you might have to be a higher level for those quests, bounties, and contracts to start dropping Orichalcum Fragments. Maybe you’ll also be able to find Orichalcum while exploring the open world; we’ll have to wait and see. Once you have enough Orichalcum for what you want, it’s time to go and visit Sargon and the Oikos of the Olympians.
So, how exactly will the Oikos of the Olympians work? Well, first off, the store’s inventory will be on a weekly rotation. So, you’d best keep checking back in to see what’s in the store each week. Sargon’s wares will include all kinds of gear, as well as items to pimp out your ship. The prices of the items will range, of course. But, you can always purchase the Olympian Gift for way less money. The Olympian Gift is basically a blind bag, which contains “one Epic to Legendary item to equip on your character or your ship, including items from the Store.” We’ll have more details once Assassin’s Creed Odyssey comes out on October 5th.