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  • UNSOLVED Eivor falling off of a specific set of cables she should be able to traverse in Ulster, Ireland

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    Kennyannydenny
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    The set of cables hanging near the ceiling at this rock in the sea west of Ulster, Ireland (near a cursed place), is bugged. When hanging off of them it works perfectly fine, but the moment you try to climb on top of them, Eivor immediately falls down again, even though these are just the regular cables that are traversable all around England/Norway/Ireland. I checked, she's *not* bumping her head against the ceiling, it just looks when she climbs up her sitting animation is slightly above the cable, immediately entering a falling animation afterwards.

    As always, if you need more info, lemme know 🙂

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  • Ubi-Borealis
    Ubisoft Support Staff 3847 posts

    Hello there @Kennyannydenny!

    Thanks for taking the time to report this issue when climbing ropes west of Ulster, and for including a video! I've passed this along to the development team so they can take a closer look 😊

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