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  • A-free-can
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    I was trying to complete killing all the zealots to complete the quest. I had about eight zealots to go plus The Father (still unknown to me), but now every time I kill a zealot I can't confirm the kill. Their dead bodies remain on the map, even with a map marker. I have tried approaching the bodies of dead zealots from every angle, jumping, crouching, and even while praying IRL to Odin. Nothing seems to work and I can't confirm any Zealot kill.

    I found other posts about this quest having other types of issues, but was not able to find a thread (to prevent duplicates) of anyone else having this problem. As others have stated, I don't want to re-play the dozens of hours it took me to get here. Is there a known way to fix this?

    Thank you.

    Platform: PS4 Pro

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  • Ubi-Ginge
    Ubisoft Support Staff 257 posts

    Hi A-free-can!
    This is currently being investigated.
    Can you share images showing your map pointing out where the zealots are

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