Ubisoft released an update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla to help fix some of the most peculiar bugs in the game which include crows that fall from the sky and levitating dogs.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Latest Update Fixes Levitating Dogs, Falling Crows and More
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla launched earlier this month, unleashing the Viking experience for all. But it didn’t launch without a bug or two. Ubisoft have released an update that will help fix some of the most interesting bugs to say the least. One bug in particular caused dogs to levitate off the ground, when you pet them. Other fixes rolled out improvements to UI and in-game guard behaviour.
The patch notes go into lengthy details but you can find some of the most notable changes below:
- Addressed an issue where dogs would start levitating when Eivor starts to pet them.
- Crows will no longer randomly fall from the sky in Asgard.
- The crowd will now cheer during drinking games.
- Guards who clearly saw Eivor shoot their ally will now turn hostile.
- Guards will now hear the impact of dead bodies dropping to the ground.
- Addressed various issues with quests or world events that prevented players from completing them.
- The Codex will no longer foreshadow or spoil some events.
- Addressed an issue where allies would not help Eivor to open a door during Raids.
The patch also fixes some technical problems including RAM/VRAM issues which tended to leak when players alt-tab out of the game. Other graphical improvements include fixing clipping issues, animations and lighting.
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