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  • TheNorfolkian
    Original poster 834 posts

    I’ve been pretty lazy in getting around to report bugs, but I have seen this issue since TU 1.3.2 was rolled out and wanted to go ahead and report it. I have had a lot of success replicating this bug over and over, and it does not seem to matter with regards to distance to the boat. I am playing on my XBox Series X and have no technical or internet issues.

    When I have Eivor take command of the boat and then fast travel before the actual taking of command, Eivor will then attempt to automatically run, jump, and climb to the boat, even if the fast travel point is far away. I have noted though that if Eivor gets into water or jumps into a hay pile, no further movement towards the boat occurs. If the player attempts to change Eivor’s trajectory, or performs another action, then the attempt to reach the boat is halted.

    The video below provides only one example of showing Eivor trying to get back to the boat after a fast travel when the take command action was initiated, but Eivor stops when reaching water... maybe because swimming was not designed into the ‘take command’ protocol.



    This is not a game-breaking bug or anything, but it is very weird. To replicate it, simply tell Eivor to take command of the boat and then fast travel to any other high point or harbor... when the fast travel completes, Eivor will resume the attempt to take command, even if that attempt is done from very far away. For fun, I have actually tried to see how far Eivor can run for the boat without being engaged by an enemy or otherwise being halted from an attempt to take command of a boat that is ‘miles’ away. Have fun watching Eivor run for it freestyle!

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  • TheNorfolkian
    Original poster 834 posts

    @bielik01 Can you see if this can be replicated on your Playstation?

  • bielik01
    1290 posts

    @thenorfolkian oh wow, I was shocked when my Eivor started moving on his own after fast traveling, but in my case he got stuck on a wall.


    And it stacks 😱 After another fast travel Eivor started again moving to the boat.

  • TheNorfolkian
    Original poster 834 posts

    @bielik01 LoL... wow... I had not yet seen Eivor get stopped by an unclimbable wall. And I also did not notice the stacking... good discovery. I just tested that on my end and found that my Eivor would continue to try getting to the boat after fast traveling from a hay pile.

  • bielik01
    1290 posts

    @thenorfolkian I tested it in between of Reda's quests. Finished the first quest, decided to test the glitch, got stuck on a wall, fast travelled to another viewpoint to start another quest, and Eivor would still run to the boat.

  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1181 posts

    Hey,

    Thanks for reporting this and both of you providing videos. I'll report this to the game team along with the links to the videos.

    We'll let you know if the game team require any further information.

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