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  • fospat13
    Original poster 2 posts

    After eliminating the Britons in the river nothing happens after to progress the storyline. Seen on YouTube that you go back to the church to speak to Bishop Deorlaf to progress but this is not possible. Playing on ps4


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  • UbiExcellent
    Ubisoft Support Staff 756 posts
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    @b4st0un3 Thank you so much for sharing these video clips here! I'm happy to say that this issue with not being able to progress in "War Weary" due to Ceolbert being dead will be fixed in a future patch! The teams will share more detailed information about when this patch will go live on the game's official website, so please check here for specifics.

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  • Gooby1452
    10 posts

    So after completing the mission to defeat leofrith my game bugged out somehow and wouldn't start the cutscene when returning Ceolbert to Ubba and Ivar. In attempt to solve this I killed Eivor by standing on some fire however Ceolbert followed to closely and caught fire himself and fell to the ground. After Eivor died and the game reloaded the cutscene started immediately so I assumed everything was fixed. However when I returned to my settlement to speak to Randvi I noticed Ceolbert laying on the ground, his dialogue was still working fine though. When a cutscene starts he hilariously shoots back to his feet until the cutscene ends and he drops straight back to the floor. I'm now on the war weary mission where I have to follow Ceolbert to the church, obviously this cannot be done as he just lays on the floor. I've tried carrying him to the church door however there's no luck. Is there anyway I can fix this as it's gonna be a pain especially if I'm gonna have to rely on ceolbert again??

  • LycaionKC
    3 posts

    After Ivarr killed Gwriad, the fight starts and somehow Ceolbert gets killed. First the Quest continues without him but after killing all the soldiers in Quatford, the Quest doesn't continue because dead Ceolbert is missing. Can't talk to anybody. Cant find a way to restart/ reset the Quest. No previous savegame.

  • A_Devar
    2 posts

    I'm stuck with this bug as well. I've tried restarting, reloading. i even reloaded a much earlier save and progressed to the quest and got the same bug.

  • guest-POmeJA6I
    3 posts

    @gooby1452 I've just run into this same issue except in mine Ceolbert died in the cathedral during War Weary and I need him in order to continue. Did you ever find a way to resolve your issue?

  • guest-POmeJA6I
    3 posts

    @lycaionkc same here. I just sent support a message about it. If anyone knows a way to fix this please share. This is such bs.

  • guest-POmeJA6I
    3 posts

    @guest-pomeja6i in my particular case I found ceolbert dead in the cathedral. Can't continue the game if ceolbert is dead.

  • VayateMerrick
    3 posts

    Hello I am on the War Weary quest and during one of the fights something must have happened as Ceolbert's model is dead on the floor of the church, halting all progression for me on the quest. My earliest save is hours before hand as from trying to fix the issue all of my auto saves were replaced. I am playing on ps5 and now cannot complete the game. I have no idea why important NPC's are not marked as unkillable by the game but it has unfortunetly ruined my experience now.

  • RondaRawr
    1 posts

    It let's me start the quest, and progress a bit into it.



    spoiler

    It also seems I'm kind of stuck in battle mode, & now Eivor won't put away her bow. 😕 I've checked for updates & nothing.

  • Pawprints90
    1 posts

    Mission War Weary is bugged. I just finished fighting in the water but nothing is happening, no mission objectives.

    I've trying going back to earlier saves, leaving and entering animus and turning PS4 off and on but does the same each time. Now I'm stuck in area with a invisible wall.

    I don't want to restart the entire game but looks like I may have to.

  • Louisyesterday
    1 posts

    I have the same bug.
    Anyone know how to fix? or cancel the quest? or skip the quest?

  • Molon-Labe-N8
    3 posts

    In the quest war weary, after you break out of the church and fight the small groups of soldiers in the courtyard and in the river. It is not giving me an update to the quest.

    Please help me

  • Molon-Labe-N8
    3 posts

    @pawprints90 this just happened to me. And I'm about to step away from the game till they fix it

  • VayateMerrick
    3 posts

    Same bug and I reported it as well today. 42 hours in and super miffed at the moment. Quest npcs should be immortal and or an option to restart a quest should be available.

  • raniaa98
    1 posts

    Same, can’t interact with anything to move the quest forward and no directions are showing under the quest heading ;(

  • Worvert
    4 posts

    I have the same problem - finishing the fight outside the church and then at the river, the quest updates but with no goal. There's no way to progress.

  • A_Devar
    2 posts

    This is on pc for me btw

  • Theodore.._
    1 posts

    @lycaionkc same thing happened to me. we need to console command option from skyrim

  • Worvert
    4 posts

    I'm seeing it on Stadia, so looks like it's cross-platform.

  • fospat13
    Original poster 2 posts

    @worvert same thing has happened to me. Can't progress. Hope it's fixed soon as i want to complete this before moving on

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