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  • zackwee
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    Not a single issue. No getting stuck and wide open corners that the character can easily jump another ledge and getting spotted by enemies, no having to reroute paths for the third or more time, not jumping to my death when clearly pressing towards a wall. Nope, none of that at all. I'm so glad I haven't wasted a few hours just by this sort of thing already.

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  • ValtyrNine
    87 posts

    @zackwee Agreed, the magnetism is especially strong in this release! I don't even have to move my analog anymore to change directions even when I'm running on flat ground, Eivor will be proactive and just jump right up on that fence and take off running in whatever direction he wants to go! He is the main character after all, he should be making the decisions and we're just here to watch.

  • SinfulDanTheMan
    59 posts

    @zackwee except there's hardly anything to parkour on. the villages are incredibly unrealistic, instead of having hundreds of small huts next to each other (like in origins and odyssey) allowing you to parkour across rooftops, there's only half a dozen way-too-large huts spread out, so far away you have to run on wires.

  • Ungorth
    2 posts

    Nah, Unity always remain the best. Valhalla still has some clunky jump animations. It's not smooth at all.

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