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  • Aegorraas
    Original poster 2 posts

    My War Effort quest is glitched, and I cannot complete it. I completed all the tasks at the statues surrounding the boat, and the boat appears fully loaded and usually has the quest icon above it. My progress bar is visibly complete.

    However, the current objective is to examine the statues. One of them still has an "interact" button, but when I interact with it, it simply says "I should see what needs to be done around the settlement" (or equivalent). My guess is that I completed those tasks when I had another set of tasks marked, and it did not register properly.

    I cannot progress. I reloaded several older manual saves, but they all have the same issue. I would like to be able to complete the festival before it ends. I am happy to provide video evidence if someone can tell me how to access my XBox One cloud saved clip on my computer.

    Thanks for any help.

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  • Ubi-TheBerry
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1370 posts

    Hey @aegorraas,

    Thank you for reaching out to us and reporting this!

    This doesn't appear to have been reported to us until now, so if we can view the clip you've captured it'd be appreciated!

    Microsoft have a guide here on ways to access your Capture on different devices.

    If you could please upload it to a hosting site such as YouTube and share the link here it's be perfect!

    Thank you!

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