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  • buck_your_fitch
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    I believe this has already been flagged as a known issue since Assassin's Creed Valhalla was released. Unfortunately I was not aware of the issue and turned in all of the order medallions I had minus Alfred's (the final one) before I went to Norway with Sigurd. I finished everything in England minus Hamtunscire and the Hamtunscire arc. When I gave all of the medallions to Hytham, I was given Thor's cape and the dialogue about taking the medallion off Alfred triggered. I didn't really take any notice of this at the time, it wasn't until I finished the Hamtunscire arc and Alfred was still alive that I realised there was an issue, as I only have 5 clues and it is impossible for me to unlock the 6th clue to trigger being able to kill him. I play on the Xbox One console.

    Is there going to be a fix for this at any point? As it's really frustrating that I cannot finish the order completely, considering I've basically finished everything else in the game.

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