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  • Hwani87
    Original poster 67 posts

    Hey.
    There are two options that I'm aching to see and that is what the title says. Hahaha

    A. Auto sprint on/off option; It would really be helpful for lay back players like me. To soak in the environment and the mood, people like me rarely ride horses, so having to stare at Eivor's running posture to see if he is in fact sprinting or not, almost constantly, is affecting gameplay.
    B. Enemy scanning by raven (as well); Being able to use both Odin vision and raven for scanning an area of possible threats wouldn't be a bad thing, would it? From outside you scan the overall area and then when you're inside you use Odin vision to reveal enemies you might have missed.

    What do you guys think?

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  • Carch
    15 posts

    @hwanah I'm pretty sure that tagging enemies with the bird was left out for a reason. Gameplay-wise, it means you need to be more careful in enemy areas. There's a skill that reveals all nearby enemies when you are crouched and hidden for a few seconds. The idea I think is the developers want you to either sneak around, or if you're going balls out, use Odin vision to keep track of enemies.

    I agree on sprint. The animations are too similar, so there should be an indicator or an autosprint option.

  • Hwani87
    Original poster 67 posts

    @carch Oh- I see. Yea, I guess in that case raven mechanics were intentional. Thank you for your moral support.

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