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  • SckharVawn
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    Hello,

    I purchased AC Valhalla recently and so far I have played for 46 hours (according to ubisoft connect) and of these hours I would say that at least 40 are just clearing the map of all mysteries and wealth and small loot chests before I begin to start the missions on that zone. I do that for every single zone, in fact that's why I was already at 100 power by the time I started doing missions outside Ravensthorpe.

    The thing is, due to this bug that I didn't know was a thing (I just assumed fabric was really rare) I got absolutely nothing from all that farming. I got a ton of everything else, I even have a load of titaniun. I haven't been able to upgrade my ration bag or my quivers past the first 2 or 3 upgrades because it requires fabric.

    Now I just logged in after downloading the update and I noticed that I still have 0 fabric. How is it fair that after farming so much for so long I have to just deal with a 40+ hours waste of resources? I literally cannot go back and re-open chests since they are single use only, so it's literally lost fabric, I am really going to have a 46 hour run negatively impacted because I won't have enough resources to finish upgrading my gear due to something that isn't even my fault?

    Please Ubisoft, give us the fabric we lost, compensate us for that, I would hate having to start again due to getting far in the game and not being able to upgrade my stuff...

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