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    SkywardSoul
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    I was looking at footage of Valhalla from before it launched, and I noticed that when the player performed a finisher with their own axe, the shield on their left arm got put on their back during the animation. In the final game, the left hand weapon simply disappears and it comes back after the finisher. I think it might be a bug that came up during the final stages of development and never got patched. This bug seems to happen with all finishers where Eivor uses the right hand weapon.

    This is the video from before launch that I am talking about. Skip to 7:04. As you'll be able to see, the players shield on his left hand goes onto his back during the execution instead of disappearing.



    This is a clip I recorded today that shows me doing the same exact finisher and my shield on my left hand disappears during the animation instead of going on my back, then it reappears after the finisher is over.

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  • ubi-smash
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1782 posts

    Hey @skywardsoul, thank you for sharing both clips with us here. I have shared both instances with our team to take a look over. 🙂

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