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  • Irishnin9
    Original poster 16 posts

    I'll be full sprinting , using up horse stamina in the middle of a field{no strongholds, villages or settlements near me} and my horse will stop the full sprint and go into a faster than usual trot. Is that suppose to happen? I run faster than that and I'll be over 800 meters from where I'm going....

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  • Ubi-Karl
    Ubisoft Support Staff 771 posts

    Hey @Irishnin9, thanks for reaching out and bringing this to our attention.

    So that we could look into the matter further, may I check the following:

    1. Did you notice whether issue occurs in particular locations or does it happen through-out the map?
    2. Did you see any terrain in front when horse stops the full sprint, or is it the case where it can happen in a plain field?
    3. Since when did you notice issue happening?
    4. I take it that the stamina bar when this occurs is yet to run out, is that right?


    In the meantime, if you do happen to have video footage showing this, it would be great if you could share it with us as it will be useful if in need for reproduction.

    Let us know!

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  • Irishnin9
    Original poster 16 posts

    @ubi-karl It's only in certain places. The stamina bar continues to drop if I was at full sprint. It's only in the the dlc and its been there since I started in a few weeks ago. I'll get some footage and send a twitter link.

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