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  • Jvillan17
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    Hello,

    Im a huge AC Valhalla fan, I wouldn’t be on this forum tonight writing about this glitch if I didn’t care about this game. I enjoy this game a lot but there is just such an irritating breaking the game glitch. Since the second to last update there is a saving glitch where if the Ubisoft cloud server fails to connect it doesn’t save your game. Mind you, I just played 5 total hours of the River Severn River Raid. I completed the whole area of the map. Just for the game NOT to save I watched myself save it three different times with a time stamp of 10:23PM. Mind you I’ve been saving the game as I made progress through the River Raid, and none of it saved. I’m so irritated. This is a glitch that needs to get fixed ASAP. I feel like it’s occurring even more now since the latest update. I’ll provide more information below of things that I’ve tried to get around this.

    Gaming Console: Xbox Series X
    Troubleshoot 1: I open AC Valhalla and then I close the app/game, so there is a fresh new start before playing. Most the time this works, but recently it has not.

    Troubleshoot 2: I create two multiple saves just in case purposes. Sometimes the game likes the second new save. But when I close the app out and come back it overrides the latest save with the cloud auto save. That becomes an issue when the game doesn’t save previously. I can save the game with the time stamp of 10:23 PM but when I start the game again and it didn’t save it will override that last save and all my progress is lost.

    Troubleshoot 3: I hover over the community pictures on the game map to see if the Ubisoft server is connected. If it’s not connected, I immediately stop playing. Save. I restart the game.

    Troubleshooting Answers: I have none! I truly don’t. There is no getting around this glitch. If the server isn’t connecting then it’s not going to save. I love this game but stuff like this makes it so hard to enjoy the game especially I gotta play 5 hours all over again. 5 hours of my life I can get back. I could’ve been doing other things. As a consumers, just please do us the justice and fix this Saving Glitch/Bug as soon as possible? To be honest I don’t even want to play the river raids anymore because of that glitch. I don’t even want to play it because you can’t use your raven and you can’t “ask for a song” while river raiding. It’s so dang quiet. I love this game but again, I can’t see myself buying the dlc or continuing on with Valhalla anymore if my saved progress won’t be saved due to the Ubisoft Sever Error.

    Please don’t delete this post. Please answer this issue.

    Sincerely, an exhaust AC Valhalla fan.

    #JustFixIt


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