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  • Space_Husky
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    It's been a running theme now since Odyssey. The outfits in AC games used to look incredible. The draping tails and capes flowing behind your character, reacting to your every move. The cloth physics have been in AC games since the beginning, and there was a constant improvement with every game, but now they're completely absent from the franchise entirely. What's happened? Why has Ubisoft become so dated where attire just sticks to your legs like a vacuum suit? It would be good to hear a reason from one of the devs because I find it hard to imagine anyone looking at the outfits and going "yeah that looks great". It just seems so strange to me, that after all these years and improvements in game technology, they can't even do what the first game did. I'd love to see it come back, as like I said, it's been a core part of the franchise since the very beginning. Stop making the outfits static and give them some proper physics. Make them fun to look at again. Does anyone else have this sentiment?

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  • Karloz1995
    268 posts

    @space_husky this game was lazy designed, thats what is going on

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