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  • Karolos98
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    I have played ACV for 111 hours now on PS4/PS5 and have reached a point where I cannot overlook the Lunden mission any longer, waiting for a fix, because there is nothing more to do to progress and hopefully finally see the end credits.
    I had begun the Lunden alliance sometime during the 40th-hour mark but found that while the mission "Walls and Shadows" began seemingly fine it quickly turned into a mess. The mission has been and still is, meaning it has not been resolved by the latest update, broken. The quest is stuck on "Follow Stowe" who has retreated into a cathedral where I cannot interact with him. I assume the quest involved heading to this mansion where we would discover that a murder has transpired, but all this has failed to take place. I hoped I could restart the alliance mission by initiating a new alliance but I found that the game keeps track of the progress of these missions, so every time and now finally when I select the mission it automatically begins on "Follow Stowe" who I could find in a cathedral whether I am in the mission or not.
    In essence, I have reached a point where I cannot progress and finish the game. The entirety of Lunden, on this note, is broken since not only the alliance mission is affected but "mysteries" including the one with the merchant who is stuck in a warehouse calling for help. In the quest, I had tried to open a path but found it futile due to a moveable object the must be dragged into the right place for the mission to recognize you have indeed opened a path, is stuck into place and cannot be maneuvered. Another is "A Rivalry for the Ages" in which the key is still invisible and cannot be grabbed and therefore steal the legionnaire statue.
    All in all, I am writing this as a report, to let you know of the major possible issues with Assassin's Creed Valhalla so as to hopefully at some point you take note and resolve these problems so that I and possibly others as well, finish the game.

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