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  • RickBat28
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    Hey guys,

    I'm playing Odyssey V1.56 on PS4 and am having the same problem that is already described in the old forum.
    https://forums.ubisoft.com/showthread.php/1939812-Fort-Phyle-Objectives-Not-Completing-Forums: (https://forums.ubisoft.com/showthread.php/1939812-Fort-Phyle-Objectives-Not-Completing-Forums)

    I came to Attica, started the quest from Heitor to retrieve his sword, went to Fort Phyle for the first time, looted all 4 chests (it's actually 3 chests and one small box in the dormitory), but the game only counted 3.

    I open for suggestions, any help is appreciated.

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  • Ubi-Sigma
    544 posts

    Hello @rickbat28!

    Thank you for your message and the description of the issue regarding the completion of the objective in Fort Phyle. As the old forums closed today I'm afraid I don't have access to the link you've sent.

    However, in order to try to fix this issue, could you try to use Ikaros and verify if there are no more chests available to collect to complete the objective? It is indeed possible that a location has more chests than the objective and some of them wouldn't count towards it.

    Do not hesitate to come back to us with the result of this step!

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