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  • bubu39RR
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    Hi,
    I played AC from the begining and I have to say that AC Odyssey and Valhalla are stuning. Many people complained about issues and so on ( i read a lot from the forums) but over all the game is breathtaking and the immersion is very profound. I love the way in which the character develops (I have to say that Kassandra and Eivor are the most complex feminine characters I ever encountered in the virtual world and this is a huge leap forward. I just say that I played around 1000 h (Odyssey and Valhalla) and I can say that those two are "very alive" and some time is like I would watch to a TV series. I am impressed by the movement of the characters (subtle muscles moves, tension of the muscles, smiles, breath etc) and I can say that AI can be astonishingly alive...the development of AI makes the difference in the world of AC more and more. Thanks Ubisoft for this opportunity and for the development of the Ac throughout Kassandra and Eivor.
    As some suggestions for future development and for which I gladly pay on helix store (is a 18+ game):

    1. New skin/textures without "cover ups" (destroy the ensemble of the tattooed body).
    2. New hair styles with hair rings and dyes etc
    3. More heraldry if possible
    4. More tattoos.
    5. Oriental fabrics and garments (we have Yanlin but no silk, velvet, head covers, henna, make-up etc bring from the Silk road and Rus and Caliphate)
    6. Night lingerie for bed time...

    In game would be nice to be introduced:

    1. Baths and saunas (regeneration of the health etc...)
    2. Brothels...(not just Rollo case...spoiler)
    3. More developed romance arc stories...with more related cut-scenes for love-life of the character or even actions (I emphasize the fact that is an 18+ so a dark screen is really weird: we have part of dismember of bodies, impalement, decapitation, lot of blood and gore (normal for the period) but not a "healthy naked body" (except brothel phase and daughters of Lerion...spoiler) of men and women of the Dark Ages.
    4. More development of the basic needs (sleep, eat, private - I catch at least four or five garrison soldier pee-ing from the walls on my head...:)...was much more fun to assassinate a person busy with his personal affair so less concentrated...we have to remember that Uesugi Kenshin was killed in his private room with a spear through his private parts)...cold or heat/sweat (i observed Eivor trembles when is naked in the snow...so good point here), washing of the clothes and garments (washing part at the creek in Ravensthorpe is a good part of immersion)....more things related to sacrifices to the gods and religious life of the characters (developed to a point).
    5. In my opinion would increase a lot the immersion and the connectivity with the life of the characters...

    Best regards!!!

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