Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has completed the franchise’s transition into an RPG. It has choices, dialogue options, loot, and sweet damage numbers that fly off enemies when you hit them. It also has encumbrance that the game does not do a good job of telling you about. You’ll get a notification too but it’s vague. So here is what the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Maximum Capacity Reached prompt is all about.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Maximum Capacity Reached – What Is It?
It basically means that you have too much gear on you. This is probably why you’re walking even when you should be running. To remedy, go to the inventory screen in the pause menu. From there, highlight your gear and hold down the dodge button or key to dismantle it.
Chances are that if you’ve gotten this far without noticing your ballooning inventory, then you have a lot of stuff to break down. You can dismantle anything wearable item from your inventory like gear or weapons. It all goes into the same pool and you will probably not need any of the lower level items, given how much stuff you get in the game. That’s why you have so much gear in the first place; the game doesn’t stop handing it out to you.
You can also sell the gear too but dismantling it gives you a fair bit of reward. Items usually yield olive wood, iron metal, or soft leather. Higher tiered items can even give you precious gems and obsidian glass along with more amounts of the other standard materials. Legendary gear, however, cannot be broken down. This is probably to prevent players from sacrificing special gear they can’t get back.
While the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Maximum Capacity Reached prompt is a bit tedious to deal with, you’ll get a ton of materials from it. These items are used for upgrading your ship and engraving your gear, which are both pretty useful.