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  • musketeer5129
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    Hi there,

    I have been playing AC Valhalla on my PS4 since its release, then I got my PS5 last week and finally moved everything to the beautiful next gen. Everything went perfectly, except for this annoying Confirm/Cancel button reverse issue:

    On my PS4: X - confirm | O - cancel
    But on my PS5: O - confirm | X - cancel

    I guess this might be a historical issue, since before PS5, using O (circle button) to confirm is a common practice in most of the PlayStation Asia/Japan version games (instead of using X). However, the recent three AC titles (Origins, Odyssey and even Valhalla on PS4) have all unified and assigned the confirm button to X, but when I launched Valhalla first time on my PS5, this reversed button thing happened again.

    I really hope the devs from Ubisoft, at least the people who are responsible for this "localized" controls thing can take a look at this issue. I have played Valhalla (with X to confirm) around 30 hrs on my PS4, and I don't want to change my habits/muscle memory again. I can assure you that this is going to be a much appreciated fix and quality of life improvement on the PS5 Asia/Pacific version of the game! Even Sony has unified the confirm button to X on all PS5 systems: source.

    Please change the PS5 confirm button back to how it was on PS4, at least give us the option to choose.

    P.S. Yes, I have tried the in-game settings to change the button mapping, but it doesn't solve this problem (there is no option to change the default confirm/cancel buttons).

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  • Cory_CJ_Jackson
    1 posts

    Same issue here, please help us to appreciate the PS5 version better

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