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  • APPLE5333
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    If you loot Skari's house before doing his quest (side quest? Mystery? whatever you'd call it) you can not complete it. The box of songs is not in the house. Please fix this Ubisoft because at this point there are MANY quests that are impossible to complete due to bugs. Honestly you might just have to get a few people to retest the game because it feels like either you didn't play test the game at all OR you just got extremely lucky on the playthroughs, OR you just didn't care about doing all the side content. But then again some of the main quests are also impossible to complete such as the Big Finish quest in Asgard due the inability to pick up the paint and bring it back to the tower. ( Supposed to pick up the pain, Loki says lets go or something, and then you return to the tower. ) PLEASE fix your game. You are a massive company and have no doubt made a killing off this game. Put some of that cash towards making it better.

    ALSO if any Ubisoft employee actually sees this, I'd just like to say I actually enjoy the little contracts from the Guild of a thousand eyes. However I wish there were more weekly items. There isn't much of a downside for you guys. It would no doubt take a little bit of time to throw some new legendary weapons in there or just regular weapons with different special effects on them and then one shop item with a large opal cost. I get that microtransactions are "cool" right now but they're on their way out guys. EA is getting sued left and right and soon gamers are just going to get sick of them. Look at CD Project Red. They don't put that [censored] in their games and we LOVE them. So many of us would buy their games blindly because we respect them and know that the product will be high quality without so much greed thrown in there. Also, you make SINGLE PLAYER GAMES. There really is little need to throw microtransactions in them. I know this plee won't make much of a difference. You've got greedy bosses pulling the strings and forcing in any methods possible to leech more and more $ from the players. But I just hope that maybe some day gaming companies that I used to respect like Ubisoft will get back to what it once was. Making ART through passion. Instead of throwing out unpolished games with unneeded microtransactions in them.

    Anyway, just thought since I'm making a bug report on the forums I'd throw in some of my own feelings while I'm at it. I know the teams at Ubisoft work really hard on these games and it shows. They're beautiful with such amazing views and I could play them for days. ( 500 hours in AC Odyssey, 568 hours in AC Origins ) Although I would like some cooler looking gear earlier that just keep getting more badass towards the end since the beginning gear and most gear you get actually never looks all that great. Most likely an idea to get people to go the store now that i'm thinking about it. Just would be nice. Also Ashraf Ismail and the writers Darby McDevitt and Thierry Noël, the story is absolutely amazing in Valhalla, Origins, Odyssey. I love em all. BUT PLEASE STOP MAKING US PLAY AS THE CURRENT DAY PEOPLE. Its really jarring to go from kicking in heads and having this epic adventure just to play some walking sim with an exposition dump. Maybe consider just making snaps to the current day cutscenes instead? Maybe that would be more work. I really don't know if I'm asking for too much with that. Just saying it would be nice. Everybody I talk to says those snaps out of the Anamis are pretty boring or feel like they take too much away from the adventure. But they are great to learn about why they're doing what they're doing so still would be nice to check in on them from time to time if it was just cutscenes.

    OK so LAST THING I promise. WHY does killing civilians lead to desynchronization in AC Valhalla? You guys usually try so hard to make a lot of things accurate and of course it's not great killing innocent people but in a game where you're supposed to play as Vikings welllll it's sort of what they did, right? Idk. Just throwing that out there.

    Alright, that's all I've got. I'm sure I'll run into more bugs later and come back here. But no matter the greediness in rampant in the games industry and the near death of actual artistry in games nowadays, I still love Ubisoft games. So thank you for continuing with this series. Love you guys! And take care! ❤

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