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  • SpirantCrayon22
    Original poster 312 posts

    Hello, here's a video showing a boar that behaves strangely (you can just about see it) and then vanishes. It could be a boar that spawned in with one of the bad guys I had just killed (it was a Reda daily).

    That stated, I saw this kind of behaviour yesterday on the Isle of Wight; the southernmost bandit camp (the road sort-of goes through it), there was flickering red on the screen at head-height, a couple of seconds of flickering, then it would disappear, Eivor also holstered her weapons, then got them out again, then put them away again, then eventually when I went away from the area the problem stopped. I did not think to do a video at the time.

    Something similar about these two events. I have not noticed this behaviour before. v1.2.0.1.

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  • lemmie88
    133 posts

    @spirantcrayon22 I have seen this on the Isle of Wight, too. It is the boar going under the ground. You can actually see it moving downwards in your vid. When I saw it, the boar was freaking out running around. Every so often it'd breach the floor like a whale breaching the ocean. And when it's out, Eivor see's it again and takes out the weapons. Sadly, at the time, it didn't even blip my radar. Just another encounter in the wild buggy world that is AC Valhalla. 🤭 But you are right, this is only something I've seen since 1.2.0

  • Ubi-Keo
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1060 posts

    @SpirantCrayon22 @lemmie88 Thanks for reporting this, I have forwarded it onto the development team to investigate.

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  • Ubi-Woofer
    Ubisoft Support Staff 768 posts

    Hello @SpirantCrayon22 and @lemmie88! Thank you both for your patience while the development team looked into this report.

    They have so far been unable to reproduce the behaviour you describe on the Isle of Wiht whereby a wild boar disappears under the ground and returns again, or spins rapidly in the fashion seen in the provided video.

    Would either of you be willing to try again to reproduce this issue in your save games, so that we can look into whether the issue is potentially save game-specific? Additionally, the developers have requested screenshots of your map showing exactly where on the island this occurs, as well as a screenshot showing the location with Eivor stood in position, if at all possible. Thank you both for your cooperation and assistance; it is much appreciated! 🙂

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  • lemmie88
    133 posts

    @ubi-woofer I've only seen this happen once at Brerdinges Roman Ruins on the Isle of Wiht with the boar owned by the fire bandit there and have been unable to reproduce it. I actually suspect the 'boar spawns inside a rock' bug is a symptom of the same problem (https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/96158/reda-daily-quest-contracts-have-spawned-stuck-in-rocks-post-here) inherent with the boar. If I see it again, I'll definitely try to get that information to you!

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