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  • Rave_Burrito
    Original poster 3 posts

    Good afternoon, Ubisoft.

    My name is Pavel, I am from Russia.
    I have cerebral palsy and I cannot skillfully play action games, especially in Valhalla on my PS5 with Dual Sense, as I faced such a problem that in order to accelerate I need to press the L3 button and it is extremely difficult to do this with my left hand, since it is necessary to accelerate with Avor in the game all the time.
    In the previous parts of the series - Origins and Odyssey, this was possible by simply deflecting L3 to the stop and the hero ran at maximum speed.
    I also recently bought Far Cry 6 and there is a choice - press L3 to accelerate, or simply deflect L3 all the way to Run.
    Can you please tell me, can you add such an option so that you can switch the Run modes with "pressing L3" or "holding the L3 stick", as in Origins or Odyssey?

    P.S. Stamina Eyvor is still not consumed, so it would be ideal if you return this running mode.

    Thank you very much in advance!

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  • Freestepper
    162 posts

    @rave_burrito You mean being able to sprint at max speed simply by moving the left stick at max without needing to press L3? If so, i completely agree with you. The need to press L3 to sprint is annoying and sometimes i can't even tell if the character is actually sprinting or not. I'd like it to be the same as in Origins and Odyssey.

  • Rave_Burrito
    Original poster 3 posts

    @freestepper Yes. Correct. I want just moving left stick (L3) at max to sprint option just like in Far Cry 6. With my sore hands, it is extremely difficult to constantly press on L3 + other buttons.

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