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  • Mike-gr
    Original poster 20 posts

    First of make the enemies have a limited range and not see you from ridiculous ranges and in places you can't physically see them like in the older games. Furthermore make the enemies almost instantly detect me at a certain range, more like make the AI stupid again so that's easier for us to sneak by. At this point the AI either fills the detection meter instantly or it kinda bounces between low and high detection meter at a high speed which we obviously don't have the time to react and stop ourselves from being detected. My main point is to make the detection meter easier to react, practically it needs to slowly but surely go up as long as the enemies see from a close range and if the bar fills of white and turns yellow, then everyone starts searching for you. If you are being detected by an enemy while they are searching for you, the bar will go a bit fast but not too fast in order for us to have at least a chance to escape them but if we fail and it turns red, THEN they star attacking and the Stealth option is gone. It's basically like the good old games but i find them pretty fun to play Stealth and at least have a chance of success. While in Valhalla it's kinda boring and hard at least for me to clear, for example a camp mostly by hidden blade action/stealth. Consider it please it would make the game a bit easier and more fun to play even if you made this like a stealth difficulty setting.

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