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  • Deathmatic1
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    Playing on Playstation 4 - Physical Edition.

    I´ve played a lot so far (around 60 Hours) and came around a few issues, which are able (nearly) to complete after realoading the Game and i know that they aren´t as heavy as Bugs who are capable to literally break Games, but i thought that a few of them could make a domino effect for the game.

    1: there is (only sometime) a problem in which the Name of a Zealot isn´t disapperaring even with around 900 meters between you and that Zealot. And in a fight it is possible that on the top the Name and life bar splits in 2. Solution: reload.

    2: After the the Mission for the deadly Jump, Heytham doesn´t sail bag the the City, he can´t be tossed off so he enters the boat again, only solution: reload.

    3: Even though I literally SEARCHED for enemies, there are non but i always get the sign that i´m "far enough" and "everything is fine, they don´t search anymore"... at some points those signs are non stop, which is going on my nerves extremely. No solution.

    4: Than a LOT of dropouts in some dialouges from the soft Saxe? (Don´t know how to spell it in English). No solution

    5: It IS sometimes possible, that the Crew isn´t singing or telling stories. Solution: Could be possible with reloading, didn´t do it, though.

    6: Sometime it is possible that your boat isn´t sailing even after comanding that it should. Wanted to on a bright place like near the ocean. Solution: reload did work.

    7: At the Final Quest before killing King Rodri, the allies didn´t push the oil wagon, therefore a lot of allies died while getting fried. Solution: Reload.

    8: After shooting at a ladder and trying to climb it, i sometime get stuck on the ladder without any other posible way than reloading the game.

    9: After speaking with Heytham, i should talk about a possible threat in Wincaester? with Randvi... But all i am capable of is talking about the Map for Allies. I took one of those Quests but got now way around that. AND the Questmarker isn´t disappearing on Randvi. I Can´t process that Quest at all.

    Like i said, only a few little things, without Number 9, who are only capable of processing a Domino effect but nothing big that couldn´t be handled with reloading. But in my opinion, even those tiny things are something that should be known.

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