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  • Caraamon
    Original poster 43 posts

    Sometimes and without any commonality I can determine, when I go to push/pull a movable object, the control axis is wrong. By that I mean that when pushing forward, the object moves right or left with respect to the character facing, or something along those lines. It behaves as if the character is facing a different direction than they are. It occurs to me I've never tested whether stopping pushing then trying again will fix it, but I have noticed it happening with objects I've moved previously without issue.

    In addition, and unrelated to the first issue, randomly sometimes when I go to push an object while holding a torch, the torch just vanishes without the "put away" animation, even if the movable object is wide enough to have the torch put on it. In this case, I have noticed if I stop pushing and relight the torch, every time so far Eivor has put the torch on the object.

    Unfortunately, both are so random that I have not gotten video of it happening.

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  • Ubi-Mark.
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1033 posts

    Hello @Caraamon,

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention!

    As you're holding your button forward, can you please provide us with more details about your camera angle? Sometimes depending on the camera, the button would be different to move forward, and this would not be a bug.

    Regarding the torch, can I kindly ask you to provide us with a short video of this occurring, so we can investigate it further?

    Many thanks and if you have any additional questions, please let us know.

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