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  • GamerGrammaEcho
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    Hi.
    I don’t generally get motion sick when playing games. Occasionally, yes. Not not often. This one tho, causes such severe motion sickness for me and despite trying some adjustments to settings recommended during my internet searches, I can’t remedy the problem. I think it has something to do with the way the camera spins, zooms in/out and jumps around when the character is doing pretty much anything besides standing still. I feel that this is worse when in stealth mode. Does anyone have any recommendations? Is there a setting that might help? I even tried sea bands but they didn’t work. I am afraid I will not be able to play this game, which is SO disappointing. Thanks in advance for your help!

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  • procadman
    76 posts

    @gamergrammaecho The in and out zooming while moving in and out of stealth is real annoying to me too.
    But I haven't found a remedy yet.
    I would get rid of that feature and extend the Odin sight time.
    I have experienced vertigo on more than one AC title, but only have trouble on some Animus fix challenges.
    What you may be experiencing is a right eye/left eye issue.
    It may seem extreme but you may try covering your left eye and seeing if the motion sickness is as bad.
    I had a traumatic cataract op in 1978 (removed lens but did not implant a new one) and cannot play anything on my PS4 without a contact in that eye.
    Without the contact I have trouble on AC Valhalla, Origins and GTAV.
    Just a thought.

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