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  • BrokenClassic
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    • Bring back the mechanic from assassins creed 2 where you can pick up or even steal an enemies weapon from the ground or during combat. In assassins creed 2 we weren't able to keep the weapon but it would be nice if we could. This includes one handed swords!


    • Bring in some of the hunting mechanics from assassins creed 3 (maybe a light version) since assassins creed origins hunting has been an after thought, everything dies in one hit, animal AI is silly at best and its only purpose is to be easy to collect random resources and useless sellable items.
      • Main feature: make it so animals don't die in one hit unless you hit them in their weak spots and will run away but leave a trail of blood, I want to feel like hunting is a part of the game and a way to engage with the world outside of just the main story and slaughtering endless guards. You can have it so when you use odin sight you can highlight the blood trail to follow it to your kill. Sometimes the bleed out and died and other times you might have to use your axe, knife or bow to mercy kill it. The increased difficulty of hunting could be balanced by rewarding players with a little more resources with each kill to compensate for the fact that you have to actually think about it now instead of killing every deer in a field in 3 seconds before any of the can react.


    • Biggest one: ONE HANDED swords! we get it, Vikings and axes all that, but why dangle one handed swords in our faces with every single enemy and refuse us the ability to use them? why bother modeling these weapons and creating animations for usage but refuse the player. The revamped loot system in this game already leaves us feeling unrewarded for playing the game but removing a weapon that Vikings definitely used but still have it everywhere is ridiculous.


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  • Kormac67
    659 posts

    @brokenclassic Please rename thread to "Some random garbage I'd like, but nobody else"

  • Asgardian02
    1932 posts

    @kormac67

    hahaha indeed 😛

  • kreutzgang
    635 posts

    Glad I'm not the only one that thought this lmao.

  • Asgardian02
    1932 posts

    still everyone has a right to voice their ideas, but a different tittle would be better.

  • kreutzgang
    635 posts

    @asgardian02 They probably meant for everyone to add their own ideas, so I'll add mine: I want the old bird functions back.

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