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  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    I am trying to do the Cairn mystery in Eurvicscire. I am having some significant visibility issues. I don't know if you can tell from the picture, but the area is going very dark. It's changing from light to dark as if the sun is being hidden behind clouds, but the sun is in front of me, and the clouds are behind me. It's enough of a difference to make this puzzle much more difficult.

    Also, the blue height disk is almost invisible. I noticed this in one other area, but in most of the areas, it is fine. In the image, the disc is in front of the sun. You can see how faint it is. It is this bad from any angle and in any lighting.

    For reference, I am playing on a PS5 with HDR enabled. My TV is a 65" OLED. So my graphics are very good.

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  • Ubi-Keo
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1831 posts

    @virtualawesome I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing this.

    Could you please record a video moving the camera to show it from different angles and then use the share button and upload it to YouTube. Once it is uploaded you can paste the URL link into this thread and the video should be added.

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  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    @ubi-keo I will try to recreate the issue tonight. I have explored other areas. The weather may have changed. I am not sure if it will have the same behavior when I return. I don't have a YouTube account set up. It may take me more time than I have tonight. The lighting effect appeared to be trying to simulate the clouds passing over the sun, but as you can see, there are no clouds in the sky. They were behind me. I started the cairn at night and then meditated to get more light. Even as the sun rose in the sky, the strange darkening effects kept happening. In my image, you can see that the brightness at this point looks about the same as a full moon or eclipse but it should be sunny and bright.

  • Ubi-Milky
    Ubisoft Support Staff 699 posts

    Thank you for your detailed description of how this effect appears, and how it may change based on weather virtualawesome.

    Should you do get the chance to capture this, you can also send us a video via Facebook or Twitter I believe, should you have one of those accounts.
    Here are our social support links >

    Twitter Support -  https://twitter.com/UbisoftSupport
    Facebook Support - https://www.facebook.com/UbisoftSupportUK/

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  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    @ubi-milky LOL, no, I don't have those either. Social media isn't my thing. I haven't had a chance to record and upload a video for you. I've been too tired after work. I will try to do it this weekend. I went back to the area, and it is still doing the same effect, though maybe not as bad. It's going from lighter to darker, and this time, there isn't a cloud in the sky. It seems to be ghost weather that only affects this one area.

  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 439 posts

    @virtualawesome No problem. Everyone needs some time to just relax after work. You can record the video straight from the PS5 and upload it to YouTube if you have your YouTube account linked to your PlayStation account, so hopefully that will make it easier for you to capture next time you're in the area.

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