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  • nbsp8
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    Hey Ubisoft

    First of, great game. But I've got one beef, and from googling I know many share it. It's explained below...

    I've found that I, and many others are struggling to figure out what the stats in assassin's creed Valhalla really does. Basically a lot of us have a need for the math behind the stats. Eg what does 106 attack really represent? How much damage does a heavy/light attack do? What happens when I pick up a skill note that says +2,3 damage, how is it's different from getting more attack? How does evasion work?

    Not knowing makes the skill tree and the different weapons seem somewhat tame.
    You're basically alienating a lot of your more nerdy players, by not giving us access to this information.
    Even if no one else at Unisoft knows, your developers will have a document with all the information needed to satisfy the need.

    So may we please have said information? And could it potentially be added to the game? (But most I just care that I/we have access to it...)

    Regards

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