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  • UNSOLVED Corpse in Offchurch, Ledecestrescire keeps a key marker in Odin's sight even though it is looted

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    Kennyannydenny
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    Long after completing the game and its DLC fully I return to Offchurch in southern Ledecestrescire to check for notes, etc, reading up on lore.

    I find the corpse of the key carrier in the crypt who is still marked as a key carrier even though the key is looted a very long time ago during the main memories in the region. The corpse is never cleared either, it just stays there, showing a key icon in Odin's Sight. The corpse shouldn't even stay there, but as long as it does it at least shouldn't show a key marker in Odin's Sight when there's no key on the body anymore.

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  • Ubi-TheBerry
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1071 posts

    Hey there @Kennyannydenny

    Thank you very much for this report and for the accompanying clip, I can certainly see what you mean!

    I've passed this onto the team for them to look into further.

    In the meantime, could you also please ensure you have a save available on the Cloud (it'll have a Cloud icon next to it once it's been saved / uploaded).

    Thank you!

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