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  • slf0612
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    First, it's the protagonist's cloak. In the promotion of CG and the original painting, eivor has no Cape. It looks strange. It always feels weird. In particular, in the non hidden state, the cloak is very rigid, like a board on the back, which greatly affects the sense of substitution.
    Second, the fur shawl, which we know as a must-have item for the Vikings. I found that all fur shawls in the game don't sway with the wind. There is no wind setting in the game. This reminds me of the fur decoration on Connor's left shoulder in the DLC of King Washington in AC3,every hair will swing with the wind, and the physical effect of cloth swinging with the wind should be more vivid. I don't know why the rendering effect of Valhalla is not as good as the old ID before under the condition of better technology. It's visually disappointing.
    I wonder if the friends of the production group will upgrade the physical effect in the later stage? Make fur more like fur than a piece of felt, especially the shawl of the Raven clan suit! What's more, is it possible to design an option to hide the Cape without hiding both the hood and the cape? Meet our players a small wish! Viking with a cape is really not Viking.
    Finally, thank you very much for your work. Your idea is so great that it can't be described in words. I love you all.

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