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  • daveroelofsen
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    Hi.

    When I press E to move an object in order to reach something behind it, i can move the object. However, I can't press E or any other key besides WASD. So, I cant deselect the object, the game is stuck.

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  • Ubi-Woofer
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1181 posts
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    Hey @daveroelofsen! I sincerely apologise that your thread was missed, and not acknowledged until now. Thank you for taking the time to post about the issues you were experiencing with interacting with moveable objects in Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

    I hope that the helpful advice kindly shared by @Trode-_ helped you to resolve the issues you were having, as their advice was spot on! Holding the "C" key should allow PC players to deselect / let go of an object that you have begun to move by interacting with it using "E", as this is the default binding. If you find that this is not the case, please do check that you have not accidentally rebound this interaction to another key in your settings.

    We're happy to help investigate any continuing issues you may have with any objects, so please do open another thread if needing any additional assistance in the future. I'll be locking this one now, as it is quite old and may no longer be relevant, but should the issues described here still be relevant to anyone, please let us know in a new thread. Thanks! 🙂

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  • Trode-_-
    20 posts

    @daveroelofsen Press "C" thats the unhold key.
    its not a bug, if it's not "C" check the key map

  • Ubi-Woofer
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1181 posts
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    Hey @daveroelofsen! I sincerely apologise that your thread was missed, and not acknowledged until now. Thank you for taking the time to post about the issues you were experiencing with interacting with moveable objects in Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

    I hope that the helpful advice kindly shared by @Trode-_ helped you to resolve the issues you were having, as their advice was spot on! Holding the "C" key should allow PC players to deselect / let go of an object that you have begun to move by interacting with it using "E", as this is the default binding. If you find that this is not the case, please do check that you have not accidentally rebound this interaction to another key in your settings.

    We're happy to help investigate any continuing issues you may have with any objects, so please do open another thread if needing any additional assistance in the future. I'll be locking this one now, as it is quite old and may no longer be relevant, but should the issues described here still be relevant to anyone, please let us know in a new thread. Thanks! 🙂

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