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  • Mordule
    Original poster 40 posts

    At first I thought It was a druid thing. I occasionally have enemies teleport across a camp. I have noticed it with Eivor also. One second I am talking to the blacksmith in Dublin then I am suddenly way down by Azar. This is only one example.

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  • eternal_vikingr
    8 posts

    Glad to see someone mention this.

    I haven't started any of the expansion yet, only talked to Azra at Ravensthorpe about Ireland.

    But regardless, doing stuff in England, my Eivor has started being teleported about (as of most recent game updates, never experienced this a couple of months ago), with no real consistent distance between the teleports. Sometimes I'll be coming up on an enemy camp & get teleported 5 feet in front of me in clear view of all the enemies. Sometimes I'll be scaling a cliff & end up back teleported to the bottom, or straight off the edge.

    This bug is one of the ones with a higher chance of making me just quit right there & then, as you can probably understand: it can be quite annoying & very off putting.

    I do wish I could say more about it, but it seems very... random.

    I haven't had teleporting enemies, actually. But, a substantial handful of teleporting Eivors, I have had.

  • katzenkrimis71
    223 posts

    One second I am talking to the blacksmith in Dublin then I am suddenly way down by Azar.

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    Yes, it's bad.

    Chalk it up as another technical issue that wasn't present on release.

    I've had it happen multiple times and it freaky, because you think your eyes are having a seizure.

    Still waiting for the game to explode as I make my way through this DLC.

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