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  • OPaiTaOn1
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    we are not able to complete the mission of the national zoo in pairs, when the monorail arrives, no more enemies appear to proceed and release the next phase


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  • dagrommit
    673 posts

    @opaitaon1 not sure what you mean here. Stepping onto the area of the platform by the doors as if you're boarding the monorail will advance the mission once you've cleared out the enemies.

  • BT3241
    89 posts

    I agree one player has to be standing by the open monorail door for the timer to start if no player is there nothing will happen. It will just go if everyone is by the open door.

  • Myrdhyn74
    8 posts

    @opaitaon1 I experienced the bug 5 minutes ago. 😉

    There are no surviving enemies, I checked this with pulse scanner.

    I read some suggestions, that restarting the mission is not enough and that it is a good idea to travel back to DC
    and then retry.
    I'll try that. 😉

    Edit: ... and btw: The train is standing there, although he normally first would have to arrive.
    Before this run I had another run.

  • dagrommit
    673 posts
    Edit: ... and btw: The train is standing there, although he normally first would have to arrive.Before this run I had another run.


    Are you saying that the first run worked fine, but that the second one did not? I ran the mission last night with a buddy and had no issue, but we didn't attempt it a second time.

  • Myrdhyn74
    8 posts

    @dagrommit To answer the question: Yes. 😉

    My run before (solo) was fine, but then in the next try I got stuck (under 13 minutes, could have been interesting).

  • dagrommit
    673 posts

    @myrdhyn74 OK, that sounds like a bug. Was your second attempt straight after the first, or did you go somewhere else between runs?

  • Myrdhyn74
    8 posts

    @dagrommit Straight after another run. I did not play the run before to the end, but restarted it just before reaching the named machinegunner Raven.

    In the run, in which the bug occured, the train stood there with open doors and after killing the last enemy the game demands to secure the area.
    Like I said, I checked with pulse scanner and I'm pretty sure, that I killed the whole patrol.

  • dagrommit
    673 posts
    Straight after another run. I did not play the run before to the end, but restarted it just before reaching the named machinegunner Raven.


    I wonder if this applies to the OP also, or whether they finished the first run before trying a second.

  • Myrdhyn74
    8 posts

    @dagrommit I did another run and resetted before reaching the train, and the next run I had no problems.
    Maybe the bug occurs only on resettings after the train.

  • the_Kettle
    140 posts

    I've run into this bug a couple of times now solo, initially after reseting the mission after taking the train, but I then reset a few more times BEFORE reaching the monorail for the second time, and hit the bug then. Reset again at that point and the next run was OK - got right through to the end, finished the mission in 18:02 (ARGH!), so reset it once again for some more tries. Restarted the mission a few times due to poor starts and 'enemy under the floor' bugs, and the next time I reached the monorail I hit the same bug again with it already there and empty. Very annoying.
    In every case I reset the mission by going to the mission start point icon, opening the difficulty options, and setting it to Challenging again.

    The second time I hit the bug I looked out the window from the laptop you use to 'summon' the monorail (straight after the crocodile pit) and the train was NOT visible, but when I got down the stairs and outside, it was there.

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