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  • ughwhatever445
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    system: PS4
    current version: 1.1.0


    I have an issue where eivor is repeating a line from a side quest over and over ( and over). He says it about every 30 seconds ( and really i'm not exaggerating I timed it). The line is:

    The monk lived in this tomb. Perhaps he wished he wished he were dead, like his brothers.


    I cant quite remember where the quest was that this started on but thats the line. It began in the last version and i'd hoped it mighta been fixed by the update but no joy. He will stop saying it while engaging in another dialogue but as soon as thats done he starts going on about the monk again.

    yeah so just to be clear this has persisted through:

    • fasttravel
    • other quests & dialogues
    • quitting
    • update to the latest patch


    and it happens:

    • everywhere but the menu and smokey loading waterwalk screen (though sometimes he will say it in the begining of that too)
    • whenever eivor is not talking to another npc
    • at least every 30 seconds.


    and me:

    • ps4
    • quite far in the game (power 277) and on Reeve of Wincestre for main quest line ( though ive been off doing sidequests)



    This is making the game unplayable for me at the moment, which is a bummer cause i'm really enjoying the game so far. I might go back to an old save and see if that works... but thought id file a report here.


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  • ughwhatever445
    Original poster 2 posts

    any ideas on this?

  • ThomasDK1971
    2 posts

    @ughwhatever445 Same here - but different sentence.

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