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  • thigoram
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    Game has a LOT more issues than before after latest patch 1.1.1.1 on PS4.
    It's taking a lot more time on loading screens and many times when teleporting my character is in the middle of nowhere, floating in the air (and ship disappears).
    Also bugs where map is completely gone and game unplayable.

    The game was very stable before patch, now I encounter issues every day - please fix this ASAP.

    Also, put some cosmetic options on the game, since the end-game armor/weapon upgrades are terrible in terms of colors/style - the mercenaries already have options, why not Eivor?
    Game feels unpolished after all this time, more than 200 hours played and 89% completion and yet it's getting worse in terms of bugs.

    Are you expecting people to finish everything on the game before inputting some valuable content? Basic options like cosmetic options and meaningful rewards / secondary storylines better than 1 minute quests, should be the standard for every AC game now. Odissey had a LOT better secondary missions, some even more interesting than the main story.

    And get rid of that Animus story / style of items once and for all, if you want to proceed with the Animus, release a game with just Animus / Isu stuff and finish it already. To be constantly interrupted on the "old times mood" or encounter latest Isu technology used in weapons (major end-game weapons) is a cold shower to players who love ancient times instead of playing star wars style of armor/weapons.

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