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  • KingDeadie386
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    I am experiencing a glitch at the end of the chapter where I chose to kill Faravid. After defeating Faravid it shows the cut scene of Halfdan putting an end to his friend. He says he needs some time so I left. It shows the quest as complete but I am unable to report back to Randvi. When I go back to the royal hall Faravid is at the back hall and attacks when he sees you. I can kill him over and over. Halfdan will watch but then the only option i have is to revive Faravid or leave the area. I kept playing after that and hope there is a fix so I dont lose many hours of game play. Thanks!

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  • MadBerserker52
    2 posts

    I'm having the same issue but faravid is dead for me at least and I've done every quest but I need to complete this one to progress forward into the game and I have 100+ hours into the game and I do not wish to restart

  • Rattler_018
    1 posts

    @kingdeadie386 same issue I’m not sure how to progress

  • Andybirds98
    3 posts

    @kingdeadie386

    exactly the same issue here I’ve tried everything, ive done too much to just start the game again

  • Shutitnavi
    1 posts

    I'm getting a glitch where when you go to talk to Halfdan to get him to go to his coronation, I walk over and hes talking to Faravid, but he is lying face down on the ground.

  • Ubi-Wan
    Ubisoft Support Staff 635 posts

    Hey all! We appreciate the reports on this. I'd like to see if we can grab a video showing the issue occurring for us to review further. It seems this is affecting some people in different ways, so I'm curious to know if there's any consistency to it. Furthermore, a few of you have had this issue a while ago - have things cleared up since then, or do they persist today?

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