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Auto Loop Horse training freezes

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Ive tried to auto train my horse by looping with carrots in my inventory. After about 30 min my controller disconnects and the horse stops moving. If I reconnect the controller the game doesnt recognize any button commands.

 

I play on NA.

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I've had the same problem...almost every night.  I don't think this is a horse auto loop problem, but a controller problem so I'm going to bug report this as a controller problem.

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On ‎3‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 4:27 PM, Wikked said:

I didn’t find an auto path option, where is it?

Pick a point on the map (works best if you choose a straight section of road). You can hit X to head there directly, or choose LT + X to highlight in green. Then, select a second point the same way. You should have a simple loop appear leading back to where you started that your mount/wagon will follow when you press down on the left stick. You can add more markers to enlarge the loop, or try to stick to safe zones if you are a really cautious player. Left unattended the controller will shut off, and you will have to hit A twice after turning it back on to restart. If your internet connection isn't great, you might be sent back to the loading screen or log in & out again, which will stop the horse and clear the autoloop path. Annoying, but it is worse if you are left stranded in a combat zone while you are AFK. All I can suggest is to use a wagon- train multiple horses, and if it is destroyed the horses are not killed, so death counter/ breeding counter are unaffected. Also, might be good to run your auto-loop once to make sure it is obstacle-free. Running a horse into a wall for an hour= 0 EXP. Cliffs are not so fun either. BTW? Caution does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! You can run off a cliff inadvertently and your horse may rear up, but too late. It can also stop you dead in your tracks if you hit a pebble in the road.  

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I usually watch the first loop. When I strength train loop it allows me to turn off the controller and still walk.

Will try with a horse later and see if I need a  cheap wired controller to train horses. Just started using the free t5 so it's on the list.

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