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  • gfairbanks41
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    My save game was during the Builders battle when the 1.1.0 patch hit, I defeated the boss and went back to the hut. The quest has finished and started the "Going Deeper" quest.
    I can't save the game while in England (I get the "cannot save game right now"), but if I take the potion back to Asgard the game saves without problem.

    I tried completing other quests in England, but neither the autosave or the manual save are working. I can fast travel without problems, so it doesn't seem the same problem that happened after patch 1.0.4.

    Hope it has enough information for further investigations.

    Kind Regards,

    Fairbanks

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  • gfairbanks41
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    Just in case anyone else faces this issue, travelling to Norway and back solved it.

  • gfairbanks41
    Original poster 2 posts
    Best Answer

    Just in case anyone else faces this issue, travelling to Norway and back solved it.

  • willsmith309
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    @gfairbanks41 Thanks for this, it worked for me too!

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