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  • ccssdxdx
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    A bunch of polar bears followed me to this location without really me knowing they were following me from the nearest summit fast travel point (I thought I would lose them because I was on a horse!). The bears ended up killing the NPC. I tried fast travelling to other locations and coming back, but the NPC was still dead lying on the ground. I tried exiting the game, and I even tried restarting my PS5, but he was still lying dead on the ground after I reloaded the game.

    Out of frustration, I picked up the dead NPC body and threw him off the cliff as a hail mary (saw walkthroughs in Youtube how that's what you're supposed to do in the quest), hoping this would somehow trigger something. I tried reloading/restarting PS5 again, and now the NPC is completely gone & I can't find him anywhere. I even tried going down the cliff trying to find his body, but I couldn't find his body anywhere. The boxes continuously respawn upon revisit/reload/restart even if I throw them off the cliff, so I'm wondering why this isn't the case for the NPC.

    I noticed some users are experiencing similar issue - how they cannot complete the quest even if they completed it. I noticed one other user posted how a bear killed the NPC too (https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/85834/bug-old-man-on-the-edge-world-event?lang=en-US).

    I tried completing this quest super early in the game, before heading off to England if that matters.

    Please fix this bug!

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