On Horizon atm.
Dont dig the melee combat (coming off GoW) but its serviceable. And platforming seems a step back from UC4. So definitely if there is a sequel I would love these 2 ares to be improved. Better platforming mechanics would actual make traversal in the game a lot of fun. Combat doesnt need to be super involved but it should feel less floaty.
Otherwise the game is cool. Though like most open world games, the open nature of the game doesnt really grab me much. But Arrow combat, the art direction and general theme are good enough that I have no real qualms playing the game. its fun.
the biggest hope i have for the sequel is that they make the open world more interesting. They had a couple of big settlements in the game that looked great, but out in the world there was a lack of things to discover. It didn't really have what games like SKyrim or The Witcher had where you can stumble on a really interesting side mission that takes two hours and is its own separate thing.
that and better human A.I, more customisation in outfits and weapons, some more classic RPG features like building relationships and owning settlements, and more influence on the world, like the groups you get involved with just kind of end as soon as you become their leader.
great game overall though