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  • jrlanglois
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    Hey Ubisoft peeps,

    I'm encountering plenty of bugs/glitches, some more subtle than others, over two main areas: AI and player scaling areas (ie: climbing and grappling).

    1. when climbing a ledge, if an item is set at the top where I'm about to go up to, the game prevents me from peeking and from going up.
    2. the grappling rope often gets caught underneath large objects when swinging, which leads to two problems:
      1. the physics for grappling will snag the rope underneath the object/structure and I'll get stuck
        1. at times I can't disengage
        2. at times I'll be stuck underneath a platform and have to drop from really high
      2. the physics will snag and somehow invert the player velocity, launching me up into the sky till I hit the ceiling
        1. this only happened to me once, when grappling against a cliffside
    3. enemies may spawn inside of cliffs and underneath buildings, making them impossible to kill
      1. it's super irritating because that will prevent taking over an FND base, meaning a restart/reload and trying to go through the motions again
    4. friendly NPC AI gets stuck doing weird stuff when driving, which appears to be gameplay session related (RNG related?):
      1. stuck driving in circles without any obstacles around
      2. friendly vehicles will get into consistent collisions between each other (where did they get their license?)
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