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  • Devinite
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    Thing's I'd like to see changed / added:

    • Add music when entering tombs or hidden Assassin bureaus. This is something where I really don't understand, why they didn't add mysterious tracks for these mysterious places. It made older AC titles so much cooler.
    • Switch looks of gear, but keep the stats. This is in Odyssey, so I don't get why they removed it. It gives us so much more freedom.
    • Tell the player when an area with a hidden chest is locked that they can't enter this area (e.g. because you enter it with a quest or you need to complete certain world events). Happened to me three times so far that I didn't know how to get to the chest, because it was blocked by a story quest.
    • Keep the hood and cloak on in combat. Or at least Eivor should put it on again automatically after combat when it was equipped before combat.
    • I'm not a big fan of gear set advantages. If I get a new hood that has stats I like more it's mostly a disadvantage to use it seperately, because you then don't get the gear bonus. Since it takes a while until you complete a gear set you're mostly stuck with the standard raven armor set.
    • World events should indicate when they require a way higher power level than the region. Happened to me three times now that I started a world event I wasn't strong enough for. Even though the region was way below my power level (e.g. the Drengr of Ragnar Lothbrok).
    • Add the option to toggle sprinting by holding the button instead of activating / deactivating it. I want to put sprint on RT, so it's like the older AC games, which doesn't really work with sprinting on / off.
    • I put the bow abilities activation on LT, so I can instantly activate it while aiming. Weird thing is that I can't throw torches or pots now while aiming. That doesn't really make sense since there's no action contradicting it.


    That's it. Thank you for reading!

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