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    ramius1701
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    Your Assassin's Creed Valhalla content, 'A Fated Encounter', has a substantial problem: Kassandra, 9r rather, ONLY Kassandra as the Odyssey character we encounter. Assassin's Creed Odyssey was actually marketed with Alexios as the face of the game; indeed, Alexios, not Kassandra, is the central character not only in the majority of the marketing, but on the box's cover art itself. Many of us who played that game played as Alexios, not Kassandra. Rather than having the option to encounter Alexios instead of Kassandra, which would reflect the option Odyssey gave, you've stuck us with ONLY Kassandra, which seriously breaks the immersion for those of us who played as Alexios, in turn causing many to walk away from the game altogether. Once the immersion is broken, the choices we make playing the game seem pointless. I've been playing Assassin's Creed since the first game & never have I seen you completely disregard half the player audience in such a manner. Adding the option to choose which Odyssey character carried through the story would do something to remedy that - bring back some of those you've lost. You can't market one way then arbitrarily decide another; the player's choice must be respected or you rob the player of the agency of choice in the game, a feature you've learned hard into marketing Assassin's Creed with in recent years. I'm asking for you to consider implementing that small yet significant adjustment. Thank you & I look forward to your response.

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