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  • DuskDragon56496
    Original poster 374 posts

    I just took a good look at my profile area for the first time and what a load of crap. Is this the grand beta experiment Ubisoft a like popularity contest ?Is that how a best post is determined by how many likes it's garnered? Let me save you the trouble, I don't watch what people do with their day on facebook, I don't mindlessly follow people on twitter and I really could care less what has gone "viral" in this nut house of a nation.So I'd personally appreciate it if you'd remove that garbage from my profile.
    I don't feel I need approval from other people over what I post I have more confidence in myself than that !I don't object to people having a like system in the forum but I do object to turning it into a contest. Wow it's really no wonder we're constantly the laughing stock of the world when BS like this is always the "trending" thing.You want to do something constructive, how about taking some suggestions people have had about the game and actually implementing them,fixing bugs for instance,or doing a transmog system for the armor I believe someone suggested, things that are actually going to improve YOUR game! But that's not what this site is for anymore is it, this is to kind of take people's minds off the game problems and on to "Oh garsh look at that I got a "like"hyuk! I'm not a sheep Ubisoft, I'm a consumer extremely disappointed in Valhalla and asking the very valid question...when will it be fixed?

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  • Ubi-Woofer
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1061 posts

    Hey there @DuskDragon56496 - thank you for sharing this feedback regarding the "like" system here on Discussions. I sincerely apologise that your thread did not receive a reply until now.

    Players can "like" another player's post (or a staff post) if they feel it has value to them or has helped them, and in that sense, the most "liked" posts can be considered ones worth reading, or the "best" replies within a particular thread. If a particular post is popular from what I have seen in the Player Support section, it is because other players agree with what it says or it represents the same issue they are experiencing, for instance.

    I appreciate that you are not a user of social media, but could you perhaps explain further why you do not feel this "like" system is effective? Do you have an alternative method by which the "best" posts could be determined to suggest, as I'd be happy to pass forward this feedback? 🙂

    In terms of Assassin's Creed Valhalla itself, the development team are continually listening to player feedback, implementing bug fixes, and improving the quality of the game overall. You mentioned the transmog system; this has recently been introduced, so I hope that you have been enjoying using it. If you have any additional feedback on the game, please don't share this here in the forum feedback section; share it in the General Discussions section instead. Off-topic posts here will be removed and, if appropriate, sanctions applied. Thank you. 🙂

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