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  • GI4J_72
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    Hi guys,

    I can't complete AC Valhalla due to a glitch on the Edmunds Arrows Mystery in Northwic 
    (East Anglia). It's the Mystery right in the middle of the town where you have to collect
     arrows from the throne :- I am able to collect the arrows, but a woman should approach 
    you after that, but the woman I need to speak to doesn't appear anywhere, they're nowhere 
    to be seen. I've tried reloading old saves, fast travelling, coming back from Norway to 
    England, and restarting the game/PS4 and nothing works, it seems to be an issue that needs
     patching up in an update.

    Judging by the comments on YouTube a lot of people are experiencing the same issue. 
    I'm over 100 hours into my game so unless they fix it in an update, there's no chance I'll 
    complete the game. I don't particularly want to lose 80+ hours of game progress over a 
    single mystery mission.

    Has anyone found a solution to this please?

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