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  • DiogoNNK
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    When I reached the mission "Pilgrimage to St. Albanes", the quest right after talking to the NPC woulnd't show on the map. I tried verifying files integrity and loaded a save with less 5 hours of play time. I lost about 3 and a half hours trying of everything to be able to play, since from christmas to new year was the only free time I had. Unfortunatly the lack of help from ubisoft seems to not change. I've read about people complaining about this almost 1 month ago! I have tried of everything I could, I don't understand much about this, but this is unplayable and really sad. I'll have to wait for a patch? There are people waiting since the game came out.. I'm not sad about wasting 40 euros, I'm sad for having to pay for a game with so many bugs and erros that seem to take too much time to get patched, IF they get patched.. I can't play the game like this, I just want to know why the quests don't show on the map, I progressed through 2 quests only by looking around and watching some youtube videos, however, this is unenjoyable, it's really slow, no fun, and makes me think weather it's worth to keep doing this or just stop. I'd like to know what I have to do in order to be able to play this game with no problems like these, because everyday is something new.. A game as buggy as this, with these unplayable errors should be immediatly patched, since we paid so much for the game. Thank you, hope you can help me, and hope you have a great day. Good year.

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  • UbiKobold
    Ubisoft Support Staff 518 posts

    Hello DiogoNNK, and I am so sorry that you have had this experience with Assassin's Creed Valhalla! Thank you for letting me know what you have tried so far. After you started an earlier save, are you still stuck in the same part where the quest will not show on the map? Also, we have had other reports where players are unable to talk to Fulke to complete the Pilgrimage of St. Albanes quest. Were you able to talk to Fulke, or are you also unable to speak with him?

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  • DiogoNNK
    Original poster 2 posts

    @ubikobold Hello, I was able to speak with Fulke. After loading an earlier save I just googled the locations and went there, after that one quest showed on the map, after that I was once again with the same problem, no info in the map. I tried changing to adventurer mode and it worked, since then I did not play again so I don't know if it will yet again stop helping me. Thanks for your response.

  • UbiKobold
    Ubisoft Support Staff 518 posts

    @diogonnk
    Thank you for letting me know that switching to adventurer mode fixed it for you. I'm sorry again for any trouble that this may have caused. If you start playing again and run into any other issues, please do not hesitate to let us know!

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