Immortals Fenyx Rising: The Lost Gods is the third expansion to Immortals Fenyx Rising that launched earlier this year. Some of the new content involves the player accepting a number of tasks from the Greek God of Seas, Poseidon. One of these tasks includes assisting the great god in searching the snowy mountainside for his wet laundry.
This new DLC picks up after the events of A New Age. Players can activate the quest "Blowing in the Wind" by first talking to Poseidon. He will explain that he has the perfect way to make his kingdom a much better place. He will ask the player to assist him in retrieving his laundry that he put up to air out. They seem to have been caught by the wind.
After accepting the mission assigned, players will be able to find the first quest item at the bottom of the stairs. Head down directly across from where Poseidon was initially standing. There will be a marker indicating the first set of clothing, Poseidon's Underwear [1/5].
The second set of clothing can also be found nearby. Head down the dirt pathway from the first quest item. The player will need to keep walking until they reach the set of stairs beside a broken pillar. The clothing can be found on top of the pillar. Climb up and retrieve the second quest item, Poseidon's Underwear [2/5].
The next set of clothing is located higher up. From the same pillar, walk down the stairs and climb up the stone located directly next to the pathway and in front of the stairs. Be careful climbing up, though. There are a few boars standing around the base. At the top of the stone, players will be able to find the third set of clothing, Poseidon's Underwear [3/5].
Head back to the pathway, in the direction towards the Vault of Tartaros. Before reaching the vault, the player will encounter an ambush of enemies. It is necessary to clear out these enemies before continuing on to retrieve the next quest item. Players will be met with the message "Unavailable While in Conflict" upon any attempts at collecting the items before eliminating the surrounding threat.
After the enemies have been dealt with, players will be able to find the fourth set of clothing on top of the tall pillar structure in front of the vault, Poseidon's Underwear [4/5]. It should be visible using the bird-eye view and walking beneath the pillar structure.
The last set of clothing is simply laying out in the snow. Players will be able to find them on the cliffside, behind the Vault of Tartaros, Poseidon's Underwear [5/5]. Picking up the final set of clothes completes the Immortals Fenyx Rising quest "Blowing in the Wind."
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