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  • Craggon7
    Original poster 3 posts
    • A short description of the issue: When trying to raid Soham Hideout, one of the buildings was on fire and an enemy that drops a Carbon Ingot died atop the building. Their body slid down the slope of the roof and into a crevice I can't reach, taking the loot with them. None of the enemies respawn when I leave and return later to give me a second chance to get the loot.
    • When the issue started to occur and what you were doing when it first started: Raiding Soham Hideout, Grantebridgescire
    • Are you able to recreate the issue: No, the enemies don't respawn here. I'm not sure if that's because I haven't looted this last corpse.
    • Have you tried any troubleshooting: I had an issue with animal bodies sliding down slopes and the loot position remaining where they died, so I tried running around the top of the building hitting E to loot but it didn't amount to anything. The game has also been saved and resumed multiple times and they still stay dead, the body still stuck in the crevice.
    • System Specs: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (10.0, Build 18363). Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz (8 CPUs). 32768MB RAM. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER
    • Screenshots:
      • Image 1, close up on position where body lies:
      • Image 2, pulled out a bit to help find where it fell:
      • Image 3, a better shot of the area to further identify it:
      • Image 4, picture of the map where my character is standing:
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  • Veridraco
    1 posts

    Having the same issue on PS4.

  • theficus
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  • rankinsect
    52 posts

    Have you already done some of the Mysteries that take you to Soham hideout?

    I've actually cleared it out three times (and got three Carbon ingots from that guy) because something eventually triggered the place to respawn. That's certainly also a bug, but at least maybe you can hope for a bug to undo a bug?

  • theficus
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  • rankinsect
    52 posts

    @theficus

    I had no respawns for a long time there, either (I liked it because I got a few Reda quests to go there and it was empty save for the person I was rescuing). But then I did the Path to the Wind-Blue and the area respawned the next time I came back. Then something else triggered it to spawn again. Each time it respawned the wealth guy, too.

  • theficus
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  • THE_SLAMMER_64
    6 posts

    Having the same issue on PS5 and have a post created in that forum. I also did reach out to Ubisoft Support through a ticket and received the following reply. Based on what they said it looks like we'll have to wait it out unfortunately.

    "Hey THE_SLAMMER_64,

    Thank you for getting back to us about this matter. I hope that you are doing well!

    We greatly appreciate you reporting this issue. Please be aware that we have forwarded the information to the development team, and they are in the process of investigating the issue.

    Until this issue is addressed by the development team, there is no additional troubleshooting that we can provide. We do not receive any information pertaining to possible patches until they are released and have no further information in that regard.
    You can find notifications regarding patches or known issues on our forums here:
    http://forums.ubi.com/forum.php

    If at all possible in the meantime, we can only recommend attempting to revert to a previous save state.

    We thank you for your patience and understanding, and sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

    If you have any further problems, questions, or concerns, please feel free to inquire about them.

    Kind regards,
    Ubi-Lumina
    Ubisoft Support"

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