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  • God_Pharaoh
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    , which is then always followed by a crash. But most often the game is fine and the screenshot is taken succesfully. Attached are 3 screenshots of the quest "The Swan-Road Home" being shown as belonging to 3 different Saga's. This makes progress hard to follow and I can imagine would end up confusing some players.
    and not save to the folder.
    I've noticed a bug with the quest log. when looking at a certain quest in the log and move the cursor over to another quest, sometimes the ui seems to bug out and will say its from the same saga/chapter when its really not. most noticeable when looking at completed quests. Occasionally when I take a screenshot through Ubisoft Connect the game will crash. When screenshot is attempted by pressing the default keybind of F12 the game will freeze and then crash. The screenshot is never saved when this crash happens. Most of the time though the game doesn't crash and the screenshot is saved successfully to the correct folder.

    One other minor bug I can recall would be aiming with bow while in combat. If I am in combat and I have locked onto a target (with auto-aim turned off in settings) and I pull out the bow to aim the camera will randomly lock onto nothing. It will not even look at the enemy. Usually this "nothing" it locks onto is some random scenery object off to my character's side. Not even an interactable object.

    Side note about the forums. - trying to right click on a misspelled word and click on the correct spelling will not correct the word but instead deletes the entire paragraph that said word is contained in. This is my third time typing out this post. 🙂
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    Ubisoft lowkey trying to out-fail Unity's launch. Very epic.

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  • Gorgonselma
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    @god_pharaoh Plus one for screenshot crashing. About 1 of 5 or so. F12 by UbiConn. Also my crashes sometimes leads to BSOD of Windows.

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