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    VanRaposU
    Original poster 14 posts

    Exactly what the title says.
    Look, I'm loving playing Valhalla, I truly am, but it's hard to not be frustrated by how unpolished this game is.
    I'm about 80 hours in the game and just now I've noticed that the letters sent to us in our settlement aren't just cute updates from our allies, but that they may actually lead to extra scenes when we visit them in their respective cities.
    Valhalla is a huge game, with a lot of characters and loads of stuff to do. I always read the letters, but to be honest it is kinda hard to remember every city I visited, specially if I had done that dozens of hours ago. So, when I noticed I was missing things out I went to check my inventory for the letters I've read but I couldn't find them. Why? Did Eivor throw them in the fire or something? It makes no sense the letters disappear immediately after you read them once.
    I don't mind that these extra bits of story are not tracked (I actually prefer it that way), but it would be really, really helpful if we could just access them later (without having to resort to printscreen). Or am I missing something?


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  • shyam3010
    84 posts

    @vanraposu Completely agree.

  • ImaginaryRuins
    418 posts

    @vanraposu Agreed. I'm surprised they didn't adopt the same design from AC Unity, where Arno can read all previous letters. It just makes the feature kind of pointless post-game.

  • DonParic
    23 posts

    @vanraposu Yeah +1 from me as well makes 0 sence to not be able to reread em.

  • UbiT00n
    Community Manager 91 posts

    @vanraposu I've raised this feedback with our teams. Thanks for bringing it up

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  • VanRaposU
    Original poster 14 posts

    @ubit00n
    Thank you for listening!

  • rctx81
    9 posts

    One more upvote for this. I totally missed reading Erke's and two other characters letters. They should at least be logged in our journal or readily accessible like in Unity's case. As it stands, Eivor's inbox feels useless.

  • kreutzgang
    635 posts

    Agree. And why are there sometimes 2 letters, but we can only read one of them?

  • Sam_Boo26
    164 posts

    I would love to re-read them too. And yes, there seems to be a bug because when we have more than one letters, we can only read one of them.

  • kreutzgang
    635 posts

    Like sometimes they say: would love you to visit blabla, but with my memory for names, I have no idea who I was meant to visit. Probably nothing there anyway, but still xD

  • Asgardian02
    1932 posts

    @kreutzgang

    its worth it though, i wrote every down whilst reading the letter.
    There were some nice cutscenes but thats it. some characters never came back.like the one you organized a wedding for, but yeah..

  • kreutzgang
    635 posts

    @asgardian02 lol well I'm not that organised. I read them and was them like: wait, wot??!!!

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