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  • MicHaeL_MonStaR
    Original poster 30 posts

    I've found a strange bug that causes Eivor to just halt the walking-cycle at an instant right before the small bridge at the SSE-side of Ravensthorpe.
    It only happens in one direction and that's when you approach the bridge from the river-side, but it does not happen in that exact same spot when you come fróm the bridge.
    This happens without fail.

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    This is the exact point it happens at, because I just made a screenshot as soon as the walking-cycle would halt while just pushing forward. So this is in fact the character stopped in its tracks.
    My best guess is that the engine sees some kind of collision and causes the character to stop, perhaps because of the decorations, as I don't think it happened before.

    Hope this helps and that it can be fixed!

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  • MicHaeL_MonStaR
    Original poster 30 posts

    Well, actually; I've found that the issue reaches further than this one spot. There seems to be an entire border at which this happens.

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    This is what I've roughly mapped out. As you can see, it pretty much connects with that spot before the bridge I was originally referring to.
    But it actually reaches beyond that, from the path before the bridge, through the water (probably), to that large tree at the front, to the smaller tree next to the log, to the larger tree to the right, on to the rock wall and who knows where else. It kind of seems like it might be a large radius or circle surrounding Ravensthorpe.
    So when Eivor walks inwards, there's this extensive line at which the character just stops even though you push forward.
    You do not have to "re-press" the action, by the way, but Eivor just stops very abruptly and then starts moving again as if it was reset.

    Just why?... Anyway, hope it can/will be resolved.

  • Sammarok
    161 posts

    @michael_monstar Yes I can confirm this issue on PC

  • Ubi-Borealis
    Ubisoft Support Staff 4641 posts

    Hello there @MicHaeL_MonStaR!

    Thanks for taking the time to report this. The development team has been made aware of Eivor's interrupted running animation whilst in Ravensthorpe, and they are investigating this further. I've shared your report and images with the development team as part of the ongoing investigation.

    If we require any additional information, we will reach out to you within this thread. Once we have any new updates to share from the investigation, these will be shared within the News & Announcements forum.

    Thanks! 😊

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