Project Olympus will roll out over the next three Smite patches to further increase gameplay improvements that is set to continue through the start of Season 5, which will reach to January next year.
The first features announced for Project Olympus are as follows:
- Major engine and systems upgrades, including a 64-bit client and support for higher-resolution textures.
- Significant Console SMITE updates, including HUD improvements, additional controller configuration options, and match history sorted by God.
- An improved in-game knowledge bank, full of tutorial videos to help new players learn the game and existing players improve their skills.
- Prestige Levels, which allow SMITE players to level beyond the existing level 30 cap.
You can also check out more details on the Project Olympus interview below:
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