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  • GrimBlitzer
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    I really want to like this game. I am enjoying it more than Odyssey which had my complete bias because I love Greek mythology. But sadly it's hard to enjoy a game from a triple A studio when it's riddled with bugs that breaks immersion and halts gameplay.

    I have reloaded different save files and have tried to repeat the story quest "The Prodigal Prince" but every time Sigurd gets to the docks nothing happens afterwards. He just stands there, no dialogue, nothing.

    I have tried doing a Fly Agaric puzzle (the first one involving the three gates) and even though I'm doing the puzzle correctly, nothing happens other than the character warping back to the center and remaining high as a kite. Once again I have tried reloading/leaving the area and fast travelling back to no avail.

    I have visual bugs where my shield doesn't appear on my character even though it's equipped and certain dialogues between characters get cut/don't vocalize even though they should.

    Once again, I want to enjoy this game. I've enjoyed the series as each game comes out, but the amount of bugs this game has, as where I never encountered any (to my knowledge) in either Origins or Odyssey, this game takes the cake. This game was not ready to be released. It should have been play tested properly, and game breaking bugs like previously mentioned should not have been present upon release.

    I hope they are looked into soon, I really expected more from a triple A studio.

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