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Hey everyone, I got my copy of ACIV today, so "yay!" for that, but alas, I have technical problems. I experience ACIV the same way I USED to experience AC3, the visuals are very slow, but music and sound effects are not affected. This means that in cutscenes, the mouths of the characters still move while the sound of their sentence has already finished. Also, I can already hear bottles or pistols being oved WAY before they actually move. The cutscene of Edward on the beach with Duncan Flagpole (was that his name?) was pretty weird because of this. I think the best way to describe the situation is as follows: It's picture-beautiful, but not movie-beautiful.

If anyone knows what might cause this and/or how to solve it, I'll be happy to hear it. I've already tried turning all the graphics settings to the lowest, to no avail.


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Duncan Walpole.

Sorry about your problems.

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AAAH! That makes them even more terrifying!


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I've noticed that with many ships in the world. It's more apparent with the legendary ones, because they are larger. When they are crossing over waves the back of the boat stays on the wave and the front flies into the air.

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Double McStab with Cheese wrote:
I've noticed that with many ships in the world. It's more apparent with the legendary ones, because they are larger. When they are crossing over waves the back of the boat stays on the wave and the front flies into the air.

It's like a wheelie, then?
There's a joke here somewhere. Something about stunting, and stuntsails.


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Yes. Like a wheelie.

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