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  • Nargangster
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    Greetings Ubisoft Staff

    To preface, I would like to start off by saying I have been a long time fan of nearly every AC game you have developed. All the way from AC1; 2, B, R, 3, U, S, O, O*, and finally V. just to give you an idea of where I am coming from here. (*there may be spoilers, sorry not sorry)

    So I am playing ACV and i decide to go to Jotunheim and I am again overwhelmed by the beauty of the world design, but then I call my horse and this strange glitched out legless reindeer shows up and shatters the realism.
    I take it with a grain of salt and decide to walk. I progress with much difficulty trying to figure out this illusion mechanic and eventually end up at Mimirs well, in a cutscene that consisted mainly of a close up a male, tattoo'less Eivor's closed eye, to my surprise as this is not how I have portraying myself thus far. It sounded like it was a cool scene but I didnt catch much.
    I decide to give up on Jotunheim and go to ravensthorpe. Home, safe, reliable. I am immediatly dragged into a cutscene where I am introduced to an invisible festival...

    I think you might see how I am feeling.
    I know you have a phenomenal team of people working to make these games amazing. The scoring, world design, modeling, fight mechanics, amazing as usual. But the glitch maintenance on what to me seem to me to be minor issues is truly disappointing. I usually have so much fun playing these games, but over the last few weeks it has been more and more difficult to bring myself to play.

    Thank you for your time.
    Blake 🙂

    On subjective side note
    The reward for my tireless collection of the mimirs blood stones, collection of so many keys for so many chests and i get 5 sps, I could get 5 sp in so many ways. I feel like its a little uneven.

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  • azullFR
    2231 posts

    @nargangster
    Hello,

    about :

    I call my horse and this strange glitched out legless reindeer shows up and shatters the realism.

    to avoid this glitch you have to change your mount in England and use a basic one (basic horse for example),just before drinking any potion, you can find the megathread here :
    https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/127779/reindeer-mount-in-asgard-looks-distorted-when-using-a-lynx-lion-mount-post-here/1?lang=en-US

    about :

    I am immediatly dragged into a cutscene where I am introduced to an invisible festival...

    seems that there is no good workaround, a megahread is there :
    https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/151195/ostara-festival-does-not-show-in-ravensthorpe-post-here/1?lang=en-US

    Good luck to you 🙂

  • Ubi-Milky
    Ubisoft Support Staff 2552 posts

    Hello Nargangster thanks for sharing your recent experience in the game after visiting Jotunheim and Raventhorpe.

    Thank you to azullfr for providing these threads that reference these issues.

    The issue with the wonky reindeer legs has a workaround which is to choose a different mount other than the Lynx or Lion mount when you are outside of Asgard. Then when you return, your Reindeer should look normal again. We have yet to implement a permanent fix for this.

    The invisible Ostara festival is something we have been unable to fix for some players this time around, you can read our pinned post here for more information > 
    https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/154797/

    Thanks for getting in touch with us and please create a new thread should you encounter any other issues so we can do our best to assist 🙂

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