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  • FosterXboxGamer
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    Like many others I am still having issues with this game and have been doing since November. 2 updates have so far not managed to fix this.

    My issues are -

    1. When loading in Eivor is drunk. This has been the case since the Yule Festival though it may have happened before hand.
    2. I cannot fast travel. This is especially annoying. I have been able to travel to Vinland on the boat and then fast travel once there.
    3. I cannot complete the Clues and Riddles quest. I was able to knock on the door and the druid comes out. Unfortunately from there he just dances.


    I am on xbox one and have been having issues 2 & 3 since November. As stated above the 1.1.1 & 1.1.2 updates have not resolved any of these issue. Time and again Ubisoft staff say there is a release coming that will fix it or make the issue as fixed in the forum yet they are not fixed.

    I have to say this has/is leaving me wondering whether I should buy future AC games as clearly the development team can't get their testing right. I suggest you take the issues (there appears to have been 3 for Clues and Riddles alone), fix them test them release them then move on to the next etc. These Title Updates a month apart are just going to drive a wedge between yourselves and your customers.

    Should you wish I'm available to project manager getting all these bug fixes done and released, the right way.

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