- GAME BUILD #: 100.12.30181.0
- GAME PLATFORM: Steam
- OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10
Sometimes, late in the game, AI allies will suddenly stop fighting and just sit there with all its troops in its base. It will defend its base, but stop going on the offensive. No number of taunts or commands will get them back up again.
AI will still gather resources and build units if pop space allows.
More details in the “Image” section below.
50% of the time / matches I play (FREQUENTLY)
In the particular game whose recording I am attaching , two of the three AI allies just abruptly went to sleep.
Here’s the steps to reproduce the issue:
- Play a game with AI allies on Amazonia (I do not know if this issue is specific to Amazonia). In my case it was a 4v4 match will 3 AI allies and 4 AI enemies on Hardest difficulty.
- Sometimes AI allies will stop fighting after a while.
The AI is supposed to be attacking and defending as necessary, not keeping its entire military idle.
Here are a few pictures. I have written a short description for each image under the picture.
Note that the Chinese and Haudenosaunee AI have a fixed number of units towards the end as they have stopped fighting.
Here you see the entire Chinese ally AI sitting in its base doing nothing in the lategame. Towards the beginning it was quite active, but suddenly it just froze up.
It has also stopped building ships. At first I thought it’s because the AI has no wood. I tributed Kangxi some wood, and he still didn’t build ships anymore. In the mid-game, he was actually building ships as required.
For some reason the Haudenosaunee AI has garrisoned its canoes inside the dock. However, I think these canoes have units in them, and these units (taking about 90 pop space) are stuck in the canoe, which is in turn stuck in the dock. There are no Haudenosaunee military units on the map, but the timeline says there’s around 90 pop worth of military, so it must all be stuck in the dock! Maybe I should make a separate post about this issue??
Here is the recording of this match (which by the way I enjoyed a lot). It was a 3 hour long match, so the recording is huge. I’m pasting a link here: