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  • mattosjl_PSN
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    Hello, I am here to share some ideas to DC mode in Valhalla:


    • First:

    1. This time instead of a bunch of avatars, why not allow us to play as literally any being in game, how? well
    2. we open up a menu(list* instead of icons or 3d stuff to save performance) in there we select the player avatar,
    3. animations and color(only if the npc's are randomly generated not if they are pre-load models) also allow
    4. choosing wild life too,(i mean it would be better to swim if we are a dolphin or fish, or to fly as a bird or even "see the
    5. world in details" as a mouse ) for this restrict the tours(if have any) to be played only with humans,
    6. back to the avatars, if we are able to play as any npc in this theory why not go further and play
    7. as "not normally seen" characters like lod's, cutscene only characters, the good guys,
    8. the bad guys, in other words anyone else in game files, but also...


    • Second:


    1. If this happens we could also have "unlockables", dlc or in Ubi connect, this dlc characters won't be restricted to the franchise
    2. but this came in form of "crossovering"(?) characters from ubisoft of course, let's say, what if you want to play as Ezio or
    3. Altair in discovery? well a dlc(unlockable) would do that, or if you want that guy from Prince of Persia, the weirdos of
    4. Watch Dogs, the guys from Far Cry, the people from The Division, the Biker(from Trials), soldiers that fight "For Honor" well,
    5. even your Rabbids or Rayman could find their way into this, also, they could appear in their original models
    6. not remade or rebuild and these "guests" could come in packs or single, free or paid your choice.


    • Third


    1. To make photo mode better in Discovery, allow us to also control time of the day, weather turn objects on/off(trees, rocks that kind
    2. of stuff), also let us move the avatar(position control x-y-z) within a radius to get better views for pictures, or just take the player
    3. away from the camera(sometimes they are just in front of a nice view or a better view would be a tree or object we can't normally
    4. climb.


    • Fourth:


    1. Instead of a rushing avatar you could make optional "walk"(by a button toggle not that "touching slowy analog stick" thing)
    2. always running everywhere its not a good way to explore


    • Final Thoughts:


    1. The basis of this theory is the ability to play as anyone, be that Eivor(M-F) the drunk that you find in the streets, or that annoying
    2. boar that appears from nowhere to strike you(honestly even underwater i think i see them), or Ezio, or The Prince, or Vaas, or... well you got the idea by now.


    Well that is it what you think?

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