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  • Cosimo_diMedici
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    Am 50 hours into Valhalla, I take pictures wherever I go and at important moments as little keepsakes so that I can look back on where I've been and what've done at the end of the game. Did the same thing in Origins and Odyssey and I love the feature. However, In Valhalla, I cannot look at any of the photos, or only 1-2 before I get the message: "Online service error" and all of the community and personal photos disappear. Now this would be one thing, but the bit that really makes me upset is that my photos have begun to disappear forever. I had just completed a 8 hour session doing Oxedefordsire and Sciropsire arcs when all my photos from those 8 hours disappeared on the map. I had my old photos from East Anglia, and Grantebridge and so on... but my new photos had disapeared. I lost around 100 little pictures which cannot be retaken because they were story moments; like the Ivan fight and so on. This had also happened on a small scale earlier in Ledecester but I shrugged it off since it was only 5. I believe these photos use the cloud to save and that really sucks. First of all, I can't look at them without connection, and sometimes even with connection it dosent work. As well, stuff like this happens where now I've lost all my photos for good, which makes me not want to take photos in the first place because now I don't even know if they will stay. Very very annoying. Would way rather have personal photos be a local asset, rather than on the Ubisoft cloud network which is very unreliable. Also is there any known way to get my photos back? And can I stop this from happening again in the future?undefined

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  • Cosimo_diMedici
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    @cosimo_dimedici well [censored] me i guess

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