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  • cmhoughton
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    I haven’t seen this posted here, but I finished My Brother’s Keeper, so was going to Fast Travel out to Winchester to find one of the last members of the order... It took a VERY LONG time to get me off the (not sure what you call it) Eivor-in-a-void thing that plays when you fast travel, although I didn’t time it, when I ended up still back in Ravensthorpe and unable to move at all. It was like Eivor was running in place, but rendering of the game completely failed. I could see torchlights, the boat in the river, snow, and terrain, but no buildings, no people, no dock.

    I posted a clip on Twitter here:



    Trying to fast travel to a different location, which I tried several times, all got me back to Ravensthorpe after again taking a very long time to get off of the transition, which I could only prove by the map view and recognizing the relative location of the boat and river compared to where I was stuck with Eivor. If I waited long enough, the game would try to render buildings in Ravensthorpe, but I still couldn’t move.

    I had to quit the game, doing a ‘force quit’ in the Xbox menu, and go back in. I got the drunk effect when I came back in to Ravensthorpe, which I meditated out of, and then things were more or less back to normal, aside from my fully upgraded quiver showing only 12/20/5 arrows (which I hope you guys fix soon, which has been a problem for about a week).

    I have an Xbox One X.

    I’ve spent real money on bonus content, for map packs and gear. I don’t usually do that, so I am really extra annoyed by all these problems with the game, this one being the worst one I’ve run into.

    The quiver isn’t full anymore (which makes beating Fanatics and bosses much harder), I can’t complete the Drunken Pig mystery, I can’t get the Treasure from the hoard map in Eurvoscire, I was having multiple problems with fighting Fenrir in Asgard, I had the location glitch with the Ale Yule Quest, the Hoard Map for Oxenbridgescire has not disappeared after getting the treasure, there have been numerous mysteries I couldn’t complete initially because of getting apparently erroneous ‘need to be anonymous’ message (got around all of those by fast traveling out and then going back in)... I hope you guys fix this stuff quickly.

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  • cmhoughton
    Original poster 31 posts

    @cmhoughton

    oh, and aim assist is not working as well as it used to (even switching to full assist didn’t help)..

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