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  • Uhthrid
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    The ships have no weight when they are on waves (around Norway and English coast). The moment you start sailing your ship in water where there is waves, the ship rocks and bobs about as if there is no weight to it, and looks even more ridiculous when looking at Eivor, in regards to where she is stood at the back of the the ship, bobbing up and down in a manner where she should come flying off, and looks strange and physics-breaking that she doesn't.
    I'm aware that the game has more pressing issues currently but I really hope that this can be looked at eventually. It really bugs me because a) I love this game so much, and b) because of how brilliant everything looks in this game, this one particular oversight just does not mesh with the rest of the art. It is also a jarring thing to me (being a long-time fan of the series) because the previous AC titles that had ships in, did not have this problem, so I really hope this can be looked at one day. Thanks.

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  • Rowdy_dog546
    8 posts

    Right on, just to add the ship needs variable speeds while under sail. Boat moves way to fast for those narrow estuaries. Black flag had 3 speeds

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