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  • MK_2014
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    Hello There ..

    I discovered some issues in the game that I would like to give feedback and report it to the team .. most of them are happening to everybody as I see from the topics here and on Twitter people reporting such as Assassinations not working properly ..

    Here's the topic where people reporting about the assassinations not working in one shot whether you turning on or off guaranteed assassinations from the game option or if you're level 400 and have assassination damage something like 155 and can't assassinate weak enemy level 1 such as archers in one shot , as you always have to do QTE , same if you disable or enable advanced assassination from skills tree

    Here's the topic about this :
    https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/94985/guaranteed-assassination-not-working-following-tu-1-1-2-post-here?_=1613741583592

    second issue I discovered today was the Ubisoft Connect challenges Time-Limited weekly ones .. I know in recent patch notes you guys said you fixed that issues where it was not tracking .. and it was tracking for me before , but for this week the challenges not tracking anymore .. so that means the Ubisoft time limited challenges is not tracking for this week which means RIP Opals ..
    + Spartan bow got reset from fully upgraded to nothing , even though thankfully the game refunded the resources ..

    Unfortunately the latest update for Valhalla brought The New River Raid Update but broke a lot of things in the game , some of it very important such as the ability to Assassinate in one shot , no matter what the level or turning it on from the option , you have to do the QTE and it's clearly bugged , something I value on top of any other known issues .. or challenges not tracking in Ubisoft Connect .. I really do hope for a fix as soon as possible to Assassinate in one shot , I can't imagine myself have to do QTE for every type of enemy in the game .. it's annoying ..

    Thank You

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