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  • UbiQuB3
    Community Manager Original poster 48 posts

    Hey everyone,  
     
    Please find our current list of common issues that are being actively investigated by our development team. 
     
    REPORTING ISSUES 
     
    Please report any issues that are not listed below or in the Reported Issues megathread list, on the Player Support section and try to include the following information:

    • Detailed issue description, your platform, and try to answer the Where, when, and what with each report.
    • Screenshots, video footage, and game save if you can, as these help immensely with reproducing any problems you experience.


    Check out our Update pipeline dev blog : (https://assassinscreed.com/TUDevBlog)to learn more about the development process of Title Updates.
     
    Important: The below-listed timeframes and Title Update versions are subject to change. 

    FIXED IN UPCOMING UPDATE 


    Quests 

    • Ivarr not moving during “King Killer” 


    Siege of Paris - Expansion 2 

    • Unable to locate Toka in “Majesty in the Dark”.  


    Dawn of Ragnarök – Expansion 3 

    • [NEW] Shapeshifter enemies in Ljethr's Wolf Pack can disappear when shifting from Wolf to Jotun.
    • [NEW] Players may get stuck in the investigation during “Finding Fritjof”.
      • Workaround: Fast travel away and return.  
    • [NEW] Tyra can get stuck during the quest “Finding Fritjof” after dealing with the Muspel patrol.


    World events or side activities-related issues: 

    • NPC in “Deviled Water” stuck on the docks. 
      • Workaround: Completing "A Friend Out of Hell" quest and receiving a new letter will fix the issue 



    ISSUES CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION 


    General issues 

    • [NEW] The Drinking Game in Grantebridge cannot be started.
    • [NEW] Eivor and other NPCs will randomly flicker in some game activities on Xbox Series S.
    • Graphics corruption occurs on Stadia when repeatedly tapping skip during dialogue scenes (4K60FPS).  
    • (Crossplay) Both countable and non-countable achievements can be unlocked when performing an action unrelated to them. 
    • Settlement decorations can still be purchased in Reda’s Shop after being owned. 
    • Reda only offers one daily contract instead of 2. 
    • Eivor is drunk when loading in from an auto-save or manual save. 
    • Eivor flies up into the sky causing a desync  
    • “Stealth Detection Escape” parameter has no impact on stealth detection. 
    • Screen tearing on PS5 
    • A Little Problem / Man's Best Friend ability not unlocked after completing the quest 
    • Players may fall through the map in a cave near Anlaf's Lookout 
      • Potential Workaround: Fast travel away if you get stuck 
    • Avenge quests are difficult to spot 
    • Some achievements / trophies do not retroactively unlock after bringing your progression onto another platform.  
      • Note that the experience may vary depending on the combination of platforms used for cross-progression.
      • Experiencing this issue? Report it in our dedicated Megathread or via Ubisoft Help.


    Quests 

    • Tarben doesn’t follow Eivor during “Man of Mystery” if the player opened Wilf‘s house while on mount after stealing the goods. 
      • Workaround: Reload a previous save and interact with the door after dismounting 
    • During “A Wise Friend” if the player goes far away from Valka while carrying her things, she will stop moving.  
      • Workaround: Reload any previous auto-save or manual save 
    • Player cannot kill Fenrir, the wolf remains underground or falls through map.  
    • Stuck in combat area after the fight with Ivarr during “King Killer” gister as being rescued. 
    • “Twists and Turns” does not update upon killing the guards if Estrid has been killed 
      • Workaround: Reload a save file that predates the death of Estrid. 


    Discovery Tour  

    • The quest objective doesn’t update after following Thor to the Well of Mimir in “Where Fates Align”. 


    Mastery Challenge 

    • [NEW] During the Lolingestone Wolf trial, some NPCs may fall from their platforms when shot in their weak point.
    • [NEW] During the Lolingestone Wolf trial, some NPCs may leave the trial area, making a gold medal impossible to acquire.
    • [NEW] Long load times are present when reloading or exiting any trial.
    • [NEW] Mastery Challenge assets may appear in the open world when exiting a trial.
    • [NEW] In some Raven trials, if the player pauses the game during the assassination mini-game, they’ll lose control of Eivor.
    • [NEW] Using the “Dive of Valkyries” ability in some locations can cause Eivor to fall through the world.
    • [NEW] If the player power level is lower than the recommended in the final challenge, the boss will take 4 hits instead of 3.
    • [NEW] During the Uffentune Wolf Trial, players may encounter an invisible wall at the entrance to a tower.
      • Workaround: The invisible wall can be mantled over. 
    • [NEW] In some instances the Goliath enemy type can throw the player out of bounds causing a desync.


    Dawn of Ragnarök – Expansion 3 

    • [NEW] The loading screen following the end of the boss fight with Eysa is longer than intended.
    • [NEW] Hreidmar’s Blessed set isn’t available for transmog.
    • [NEW] Odin Power tab can show squares instead of the power icons for a few seconds when opening the menu.


    Wrath of The Druids - Expansion 1 

    • Courting the Kings: 
      • Prisoners can be killed before they are freed during the quest.  
      • Unable to collect King's Pass if Raid is completed at the same time. 
    • Trade Posts appear built but cannot be claimed after reloading save.  
    • Contracts may disappear from your quest log if you die and reload 
      • Workaround: Rebooting the game should solve this issue 


    World events or side activities-related issues: 

    • Unable to interact with the letterbox after reading Vili’s letter. 
    • ULC quests disappear from Quest log 
    • “The Mysterious Berserker” - The quest disappears after changing the sound language from English to other languages 

     

    COMMENTS FROM THE DEV TEAM  

      
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    MOST RELEVANT ISSUES THAT WERE ADDRESSED WITH PREVIOUS TITLE UPDATES  


    Resolved with TU 1.5.1
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    Resolved with TU 1.5.0
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    Resolved with TU 1.4.2
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    Resolved with TU 1.4.1
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    Resolved with TU 1.4.0
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    Resolved with TU 1.3.2
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    Resolved with TU 1.3.1 
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    Resolved with TU Aug 23
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    Resolved with TU 1.3.0
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    Resolved with TU 1.2.2
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    Resolved with TU 1.2.1

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    Resolved with TU 1.2.0  

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