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  • MiliaBlue
    Original poster 2 posts

    (I can't submit a normal bug report because it's currently only allowing live chats, except they're disabled too. I hope this is the right place.)

    I just installed today's update. 

    Whilte dismounting my horse, the world turned upside-down (the landscape appeared briefly at the top of the screen, upside down) and Eivor went flying 'up' (but down on the screen). They fell for 14 seconds, then crashed and died. 

    The only other factors I can see in play at the time is that Eivor had just gone out of combat range of some wolves. I don't think I pressed the wrong button. Other horse dismounts have worked fine, and when I reloaded I was able to continue without issue.

    I have a video clip (~40sec), however it is 33MB and I cannot attach it here. (It's rather fun to watch, too.)

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  • MiliaBlue
    Original poster 2 posts

    @miliablue Edit to the above: It looks like Eivor actually went through the earth and down through undefined-environment area that's the same blue as the sky. Shame, the Inception flight was more fun.

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