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  • soukrim
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    Hello,
    I've played for 117 hours in AC Valhalla my progress is at 94%. I've witnessed many bugs. Here I will list the most annoying ones:

    1) the following quest : "The Poor-Fellow Soldier" is bugged. Never happened for me even though I 've completed the game. So even though I got thors' cape from Hytham after returning what seemed to be 15 medallions and a dialogue occuring which mentioned that Alfred was the last member of the order, the quest was never triggered and the last member in the orders' tab is still clouded with 5/6 clues found. The problem seems to be that the medallions weren't in fact 15 (even though I was given the chance to turn them in to Hytham) (MUST BE HOTFIXED PLAYERS CAN'T GET THE 100% COMPLETION!!!!!!!!!)

    2) 2 treasure hoard maps are bugged.

     i) Oxenefordscire hoard map. the one into the well. Even though I loot it, I simply receive the XP nothing else. And it spawns back time after time and the hoard map is still in my inventory

    ii) Eurvicscire hoard map: there's nothing to loot in the location described into the treasure map.

    3) Legendary hunts: Haven't received all the rewards as far as I can tell. And the memorabilias except for the wolf and the polar bear aren't in the longhouse.

    4) I still have duplicate set armors in my inventory even though the 1.0.4 was supposed to fix that. 

    P.S I'm sure there are many more bugs to be found.

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