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  • LordValirian
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    Hello,
    i´m currently playing AC Valhalla (PS4 Version) and have major Issues to progress in 2 Storylines that aren´t showed up yet in the megathread!

    First one: Pilgrimage to St. Albanes
    After clearing the Area and and going to the underground chamber where i talked with the monk, the NPC Fulke doesnt interact with me and there appears no Button to speak with her (Sigurd is doing nothing, only walking around the church and Basim completly dissappeared somewhre in a fight)

    Second one: Prey in High Hall
    I followed Wulfhilda to Brisleah, shes standing in the Hall and i can´t interact with her (nearly the same problem, there appears no button to progress)

    I have more than 50 hours gameplay time, and i won´t start over to test it out if it works in a new game, this game needs something like a reset your current quest option or something like that.
    Im hoping the the staff here reading this and try´s to find a solution

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