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Immortals Fenyx Rising Is Getting a Hawaiian Polynesian-themed Spin-Off

According to Jeff Grubb, Immortals Fenyx Rising is reportedly getting a Hawaiian Polynesian-themed spin-off.

The sequel to Immortals: Fenyx Rising, the action game created by Ubisoft, may already be in development. The game in this one seems to be a sort of spin-off rather than a real sequel, a parallel story not necessarily connected to the game world but that uses the same gameplay. Check out all the details below.

Immortals Fenyx Rising To Get A Hawaiian Polynesian-themed Spin-Off

Immortals Fenyx Rising getting a Polynesian-themed spin-off

According to reports, for some time it seems that Ubisoft is working on a sequel to Immortals Fenyx Rising. In the meantime, one assumes more of a spin-off in another culture.

This information is being advanced by Jeff Grubb who reveals a little more about the sequel, including its setting and graphics. One such piece of information reveals that Immortals: Fenyx Rising will not be a sequel but a spin-off based on the game’s universe.

The name of the production is ‘Oxygen’ and you will play a hero (boy or girl) in a world based on Hawaiian Polynesian culture. It is worth remembering that the original game makes use of the culture of ancient Greece and its respective heroes, legends, and gods.

In another tweet shared by the same account, the following can be read: “They still want to be visually stylized, but want to be less of a copy of Breath of the Wild. They’re talking about a visual reboot. It’s in early pre-production, he’s seen some concept art. It’s maybe coming in 2025.”

As a reminder, last March, insider Tom Henderson said that Ubisoft was satisfied with the results and performance of Immortals Fenyx Rising. Thus, a sequel would be planned. Moreover, it is Ubisoft Quebec who would be in charge and the title would have already entered the pre-production phase.

Of course, none of this has yet been confirmed and, therefore, it is always possible that this project will release sooner or later. Ubisoft itself has always had a keen interest in a sequel that builds on existing knowledge and expands the saga. We are waiting for the French publisher to comment on the statements or make its official announcement.