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Assassin's Creed Origins

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Im out of buttons. Any other button I try has a red colored conflict with several other commands.

Ive found if I can move back some and get a run at it it will jump properly. Some places just dont have the room.
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Daehawk wrote: Sat Oct 10, 2020 8:59 pm Im out of buttons. Any other button I try has a red colored conflict with several other commands.

Ive found if I can move back some and get a run at it it will jump properly. Some places just dont have the room.
What controller are you using? I played this on PS4 and can assure you that the game has no more functions than you can map to a standard controller these days

If in doubt, take a look at how the console versions map the controls and simply copy the scheme, it works pretty well
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360 controller.
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Don't you also have to be holding the right trigger and pressing the stick forward?
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I thought the trigger was involved and would think that made it work as a jump instead of look but doesn't seem to help me.
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Having fun with this. I do wonder into enemies much higher than me where I cant hurt them and they kill me in 1 hit. If I can see the map I go there. Trying to stick to my lvl quests now. Would prefer a map or zones that are my level so I can do everything in them.
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Daehawk wrote: Sun Oct 11, 2020 12:01 pm Having fun with this. I do wonder into enemies much higher than me where I cant hurt them and they kill me in 1 hit. If I can see the map I go there. Trying to stick to my lvl quests now. Would prefer a map or zones that are my level so I can do everything in them.
It's a great (and great looking) game and for someone like me who was always interested in ancient history, it's an amazing virtual place to experience.

With respect to enemy levels - sounds like the issue you had with Syndicate and I (still) don't understand it. I finished both games and never had that issue (even remotely). Yes, I tend to stick to my level area (sometimes maybe even too long as I like to finish most/all side missions) but I always thought that these games are very well done with respect to handholding and guiding players through a (mostly) frustration-fee experience
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ChuckB wrote: Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:24 pm It's a great (and great looking) game and for someone like me who was always interested in ancient history, it's an amazing virtual place to experience.
It's one of the prettiest games I've ever played. Some of the locations in the game literally had me staring in awe and forgetting to play.
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Paradroid wrote: Mon Oct 12, 2020 5:02 pm
ChuckB wrote: Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:24 pm It's a great (and great looking) game and for someone like me who was always interested in ancient history, it's an amazing virtual place to experience.
It's one of the prettiest games I've ever played. Some of the locations in the game literally had me staring in awe and forgetting to play.
Agree. Also, I played the PS4 (Pro) version on a large TV with HDR support and man, do I love a good HDR implementation. It does so much for the light in the game, both during daylight (especially desert scenes, which are blindingly bright in parts) and nights with beautiful skies, stars, and moonlight. Water (and reflections on the water) look amazing and it's simply a joy to look at
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