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  • PropiPanda
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    Well topic already says it.
    It was bad in Origin, it was bad in Odysse and its still bad in Valhalla!
    Why is this still a thing, and dont tell me its for the performance. thats BS!

    Let us ride the horse as a god damn horse and not a crippled donkey.

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  • SeanC.87
    20 posts

    @propipanda but you don’t want to kill all of those civilians and de-Sync (joke)

  • Freestepper
    78 posts

    @seanc-87 When you removed the speed restriction of horses in cities by using mod in Odyssey and you hit NPCs in full speed, it did little damage to them. I get your joke though.

    The funny thing is that i remember seeing a topic on Steam, complaining about speed restriction in cities in Odyssey and Ubisoft employee replied to that post. He said that he sees many people complaining about it and will forward it to the team. Nothing was changed. Not only that, they made the same BS in Valhalla too. At least if they'd say why.

  • Lafrendgio
    30 posts

    @freestepper I've always assumed that this is due to engine rendering instability. Devs from GTA and Cyberpunk have said this. That the top speed of their fastest vehicle depends on how fast their engine can render assets in front of the car.

  • Freestepper
    78 posts

    @lafrendgio That is quite different story though. Because in Origins/Odyssey/Valhalla, you can ride horse in full speed out of city. And the speed restriction also happens in radius around city. Not only directly in city. You are just close to the city and your horse will slow down. Which makes no sense. And when you used the mod in Odyssey to remove the silly speed restriction and you went through the city in full seed on horse, there was no problem with rendering. No, i think in the case of AC games, Ubisoft just thinks it's more immersive when your horse goes slower in cities. But i want to slow down the horse on my own or run faster. That is more immersive. Not being forced.

    Either way, i don't care for the reason in GTA or Cyberpunk. I want Ubisoft to say the reason why it's in AC, since many people are complaining about it. The reason makes much more sense in GTA or Cyberpunk, since you move much faster there and it also was not annoying. It makes no sense in AC and it's extremely annoying.

  • Lafrendgio
    30 posts

    Ah I get what you mean. It's also the same with TW3. Unless modded, Roach can only gallop outside city walls. I can also see this being a navigation thing as galloping through tight streets here can result to weird looking collisions since there's no actual crash mechanic like in RDR2 to incite players to slow down.

  • Freestepper
    78 posts

    @lafrendgio Nothing felt ever weird to me without speed restriction (modded) in Odyssey.

  • xtracker85
    46 posts

    I doubt the horse slowing down is an engine limitation. It's probably a silly game design decision for "immersion". They even made the horse slow to a crawl whenever you go up a hill or get any sort of aggro from enemies. Makes riding from one area to another really annoying.

    And don't get me started with the dumb horse often refusing to jump off a small ledge when I want it to (and sometimes deciding to leap off a high ledge and die). OMG.

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