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  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    This has been a problem since Origins. Valhalla has more complex jump puzzles, and these controls are really bad. I am stuck in an animus glitch right now because I can’t jump when I need to. I have to get lucky and keep trying until the game decides when it wants to jump. I can’t recount all of the times in this game when all I wanted was a simple jump, and the game didn’t something completely different, like step down, jump an absurd distance, or even come to a complete stop.

    I have never played a game with such awful movement controls. Seriously. They need to be completely reworked for the next game, if there is one. It’s like the devs tried to make the controls “smart,” but the controls aren’t smart at all. It needs to stop trying to guess what I want to do and let me do it.

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  • KmarkoPL
    346 posts

    @virtualawesome playing only using k&m.
    Never had any problems with jumping and parkour.

  • CapnKel
    16 posts

    @kmarkopl I think it's more of a controller thing. I've found that if I'm not pressing the left stick straight up perfectly while scaling a wall, for example, Eivor will tend to climb diagonally. We've been given very little leeway controller-wise and a parkour system isn't very good at predicting where the player wants to go. These two things make for some seriously frustrating moments at times.

  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    @KmarkoPL @capnkel Yes, it may be specific to controllers. I am playing on a PS5. Recently I was doing a different animus glitch. I reached a point where there was a jump to a ledge I needed to grab. There was also a step down to a lower point. I kept aiming my camera at the place I needed to grab and trying to jump, but it kept stepping down. The X jump command seemed to be ignored completely. It took me many attempts to get it to jump correctly. I had to mash the stick as far up as possible and hit exactly the right point. It's as if X isn't really a jump control. It's more like "maybe jump if I feel like it." I would assume the controls on a PC are completely different.

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