Ashbourne is a story-based open world action role-playing game that challenges players to take the role of Alexander Marshal, a knight of the Endewyn empire, who fights in the name of his empire to protect his people.
Ashbourne is already pretty popular on Steam, but many players report that the game is affected by various technical issues. In this article, we’ll list the most common issues reported by players. Unfortunately, there are no workarounds available for these bugs.
Ashbourne reported bugs
Ashbourne glitches back to menu
Players report they can play for only a limited time because Ashbourne quickly sends them back to the main menu.
I can’t play more than 10 minuets or so without it cutting to a loading screen then sending me back to the menu with no saved progress :/
Low FPS issues
Users also report that Ashbourne doesn’t have a stable FPS rate, which severely limits the gaming experience.
Played it for a few mins and it’s total trash. Runs like s*** (low fps), jumping/riding animation are pretty much non existant, combat is super trivial
Motion blur and mouse issues
Some gamers also report motion blur and mouse issues. They can’t disable mouse smoothing, and sometimes the UI reacts erroneously to mouse input.
I can add that horse camera is pure ♥♥♥♥, horse speed is insane, UI often reacts to wrong mouse position, there is no way to disable motion blur without other image effects, no way to disable mouse smoothing. And after 5 minutes of playing I died in the first fight for no reason, I didn’t even understand what happened and who could hit me.
Technical issues are inevitable in computer games considering the variety of end-user configurations. Ashbourne developers are doing their best to fix the bugs reported by players as soon as possible. As a matter of fact, the game recently received a hotfix update addressing several issues.
We’re sure that once the optimization issues are fixed, playing Ashbourne will be a ton of fun.
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