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  • Gameplay Bugs: I can´t interact with 2 NPC´s to progress in the Mainstory and the Beowulf Campaign !

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    LordValirian
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    Hello there,
    I´m stuck in 2 Quest lines because the NPC´s wont interact with me (There appears no button or sign like normally)
    It´s not listed in the Megathread or fixed in the latest patch.

    The Quest Pilgrimage to St Albans won´t go on until i talk to FULKE. I cleared the Area,spoke to the Monk in the Underground Chamber, opened the Door and Fulke is standing in the middle of the room and nothing happens (no button or interaction/cutscene) Meanwhile Sigurd is standing outside of the cathedral, doing nothing too. Basim completly disappeared.
    The Quest disappears sometimes in my questlog too but i can talk to Randvi to get it again, shes telling me the normal starting phrases for the region over an over but the quest keeps telling me that i should save and talk to Fulke.

    The Quest Prey in High Hall won´t go on either. Wulfhilda standing in the middle of the church in Brisleah and i don´t get an interaction button (same like Fulke)

    I´m still hoping someone of the ubisoft staff members reading this and find a solution.

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