Ubisoft and Limbitless Solutions Design Assassin’s Creed Odyssey-Themed Bionic Arm
The design is inspired by the Torment of Hades DLC armor.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was the first title in the franchise from Ubisoft to include the ability to play through the game’s story as two different protagonists, either Alexios or Kassandra. And starting from next year, those who use 3D-printed prosthetic arms from Limbitless Solutions will be able to have added flair with a brand-new bionic arm inspired by the video game. The company hopes to inspire both children and adults alike with the design.
The bionic arm features a hand as well as a themed bracer that takes its inspiration from the game’s Torment of Hades DLC. The “Bracers of the Underworld” arm features the armor itself on the top of the arm, with the underside representing the straps. It boasts a dark color palette with orange gradients to mimic orange glows from the fires of hell.
“This is an amazing partnership with Limbitless and we are both impressed and inspired by the level of detail and quality of the bionic arms based on Kassandra from Assassin’s Creed Odyssey,” said Arisa Lagunzad, Ubisoft’s senior director of business development. They add, “It made perfect sense to bring such a beloved, strong and respected character within the Assassin’s Creed universe to the project and we look forward to welcoming them into the family.”
Limbitless Solutions has worked with video game companies in the past to bring themed arms to those that need them. Earlier this month, Xbox announced that it had teamed up with the company to bring a Cyberpunk 2077-themed arm to life. Additionally, both Riot Games and 343 Industries teamed up with the company to bring 7 new prosthetic arm designs that were based on the studios’ games.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey launched back in 2018. The most recent title in the franchise from Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, launched this year. The Limbitless Solutions bionic arm should be available starting in the beginning of 2021 for recipients of 3D-printed prosthetic arms from the company.