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    UbiFate
    Community Manager Original poster 32 posts

    Hey everyone, 

    We want to take the opportunity ahead of our upcoming Title Update 1.4.1 release next week to provide you with a glimpse of what to expect. 
    Our team has been hard at work to implement sub-sections to the combat, stealth and exploration difficulty settings that will enable you to fine-tune your gameplay experience in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
    Below you’ll find the setting breakdown for each category. 

    Combat




    • Aim Assist (Full, Moderate, Light, Off) 
    • Level Scaling (Off, Default, Constant, Harder, Nightmarish)
    • *NEW* Parry timing-window (400, 650, 800 ms) 
    • *NEW* Brush with Death timing-window (300, 400, 600 ms) 
    • *NEW* Brush with Death Duration (1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 sec)

    Stealth




    • Guaranteed Assassination (ON/OFF) 
    • *NEW* Detection escape (0.5, 1, 2 sec) 
    • *NEW* Detection escape while aiming (1, 2, 4 sec) 
    • *NEW* Search duration (50, 65, 80 sec) 
    • *NEW* Maximum enemies in search (2,3)

    Exploration




    • Closest Opportunity (ON/OFF)
    • Icon Distance (OFF/ON)
    • *NEW* Viewpoint Synchronization (ON/OFF)
    • *NEW* Exploration Beams (Limited/Full) 
    • *NEW* Unguided Objectives (OFF/ON)

    Our team has also worked on some detection & social stealth fixes that should improve existing instances of issues related to detection and social stealth. We will continue to look into and work on improvements throughout next year. 

    Stealth fixes: 

    • Improved instances where NPCs could detect players when vision between the player and NPCs is obstructed.
    • Reduced the hold time and speed restriction when blending with crowds.
    • Resolved some issues that caused players to be instantly detected when they should not have been.


    We will be looking at your feedback on these changes closely and appreciate your vigilance in reporting issues to us on our forums and across social media channels. 

    - Your Assassin’s Creed Community and Development Team

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