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  • Fudz4
    Original poster 107 posts

    Was going to report that I couldnt get all 12 mysteries in the Vangrinn region due to a bug but it ended up working in the end, just going to post a timeline in case anyone gets the similar problem I did. *Spoilers*

    After attending Sindr's funeral there seems to be something wrong with recording the activities. I immediately went to the mystery activity to the west, it was a cutscene where Eivor talks about a myth. I did it, got a skill point but the mystery did not track., I then went to one of the raid locations, and although I looted all Silica, the 'raid' activity itself would not register as complete.

    It was at this point, I knew something was strange. I saved, exited to main menu and loaded back up and those two activities still were not registering. I then did all other activities I had to do in the region and the game was registering them as done until those two were still the only ones left on the map.



    The raid had all Silica looted:



    I took these photos in order to demonstrate this bug, but after completing all other activities, I then noticed that the mystery was now pinned on my compass:



    So out of curiosity I went to the mystery location (that I completed and got the skill point for earlier remember) and as soon as I entered the vicinity, the mystery completed notification showed on screen and the game finally registered it.

    I went to the raid location to also verify, as soon as I pulled out my horn to call my Viking crew, the completed raid notification showed on screen then as well.

    Im not sure if something broke when you attend the funeral, or if that is not related at all? Also not sure if exiting to main menu and reloaded refreshed things, but even when I did that, I had to complete the other activities before the bugged one appeared on my compass.

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  • Ubi-Peach
    Ubisoft Support Staff 221 posts

    Hi @fudz4! Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. I'm glad they ended up registering you after the fact. Please let me know if you have any additional issues with activities registering. I would be happy to look into this! 🙂

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