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  • joudalooser
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    Hi,

    I have finished AC Odyssey recently (one of my best experiences in 30+ years of gaming:) and now I am trying to play Valhalla.

    Besides numerous tweaks to be addressed, I have 2 really painful omissions on my mind:

    1. WHY there in no option to hide those glowing markers in the in-world UI?? From my perspective - it absolutely KILLS the atmosphere of the game. One of the most impressive features of Ubisoft games is the beauty of the worlds created. Even after 150+h in Odyssey I did not stopped being impressed and regularly just stayed and watched the sceneries around me - UNSPOILED by any game related elements. I do not understand the reasoning, why we cannot toggle those new markers in the world, which ruin the medieval experience and it looks so out of place. PLESE bring toggle button/option for more realistic experience without disturbances!

    2. Map filtering - I understand that we can now hide/show several groups of icons in the map via the Legend tile. BUT I really miss the option to have separate filter for the purchased maps. Even If you buy one - or all of them - we do not want to see all the locations on the all the time!!! On the contrary.

    These matters are actually painfully connected. Because EVEN when I turnoff the icons in the map to disable any premium (purchased) map locations (being not a viable option anyway, since you loose also sync points etc, so that would mean permanent switching on/off..) - they are STILL VISIBLE in the world UI !!! Making the world one big glowing festival and kills any curiosity of exploring.






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  • Ubi-Wan
    Ubisoft Support Staff 635 posts

    @joudalooser Hello there. Thanks for reaching out with this feedback - I'll be glad to forward your feedback up to our team. Particularly, I really like that you have a few good ideas for making the map more visually pleasing + easier to use in different situations. Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any more feedback or suggestions for us to forward to the team for review!

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