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  • UbiQuB3
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    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. 


    ISSUES CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION 


    Oskoreia Festival 

    • [NEW] When viewing the opening cutscene or participating in events, the game can crash.  

     
    General issues  

    • [NEW] When exploring the area around the Rune Forge, it is possible for Eivor to become stuck. 
    • [NEW] Using transmorg on some weapons can result in small visual glitches.  
    • [NEW] The Amalgam Sword perk activation is occurring when not intended in some instances.  
    • [NEW] Ghostly Yurei Bushido set perk doesn’t match the description.  
    • Skipping through the conversation with Randvi and Ceolbert and then speaking to Randvi can cause the game to be stuck. 
      • WORKAROUND: Restart the game. 
    • In some instances, Eivor and NPC’s will flicker during cutscenes and turn invisible.  
      • WORKAROUND: Reload your last save file.  
    • Graphical glitches 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 

     
    Quests  

    • 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. 
    • Stuck in combat area after the fight with Ivarr during “King Killer”. 
    • Player cannot kill Fenrir, the wolf remains underground or falls through map.  
    • “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 

    • Using Dive of Valkyries in some locations can cause Eivor to fall through the world. 

     
    Forgotten Saga 

    • [NEW] Using Jotun Dive near Nidhogg’s body will cause Odin to enter a freefall animation. 
    • [NEW] The chest in the dwarf camp in Dokkerland, before the battle with Hjalmgunnar, cannot be interacted with.   

     
    Tombs of the Fallen 

    • [NEW] When interacting with the glass ball in Manius’s Sanctum Eivor becomes stuck.  
    • [NEW] FPS issues can occur while exploring some tombs.  
    • [NEW] Lighting issues can occur while exploring the Tombs. 

     
    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. 

     
    River Raids 

    • [NEW] Friendly AI will try to move through sealed interactable doors during Raids. 

     
     World events or side activities-related issues  
      

    • During River Raids, NPCs will run into interactable doors. 
    • Unable to interact with the letterbox after reading Vili’s letter. 
    • ULC quests disappear from Quest log.  

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