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  • GamerChuxster
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    Greetings,

    First time posting on the Ubisoft forums, so try not to give me too hard a time if this has either been posted already or not the correct spot.

    Just finished "Siege of Paris" expansion and wanted to report a good list of bugs I found throughout the way, some game breaking (to a degree). I'll structure the list best I can.

    • FPS drops in North Paris in "Performance" mode, this within itself is understandable due to hardware limitations but it causes EXTREME screen tearing at every moment, at least address the tearing, I can live with the small FPS drops. A side note, the screen tearing can also occur during "Quality" mode as well, albeit not as bad.
    • Lips not moving during cutscenes. I am well aware this was a bug during the launch of the original game but seems to not have been resolved in this specific pack.
    • Stuttering / Mini Freeze at odd spots. I get this from time to time when a player who has died can be avenged but I never see a symbol for them, provided that is why this happens at odd moments.
    • Evior Teleporting - This can be not only annoying but highly game breaking, I've had to restart river raids multiple times because Eivor will literally teleport out of nowhere below the ground or somewhere out of the blue and die, this is also a bug still seen in the base portion as well as druids.
    • Mounts just walking towards location rather then sprinting. I only specifically see this in "Siege of Paris" , it can be annoying when I am 500 FT away from where I need to go and the mount just walks no matter how many times I toggle sprint, remount, etc. Not sure if that's even a bug or was intended but adding it to this list anyways.


    That's all I got so far or from what I've run into. I'm not even sure Ubisoft looks at this section or takes these reports in faith but wanted to throw them out there anyways and take the gamble. Base game and druids both play, function and perform solid outside the dreaded teleporting bug.

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