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  • Kennyannydenny
    Original poster 116 posts

    So, this has been already reporting the general discussion in the here: https://discussions.ubisoft.com/topic/92515/jumping-down-from-the-enchanted-tower-well-be-your-death?_=1615906519395

    But since that's not the place to post bugs, and thus gets no attention there, i'm posting it here in Player Support, as I just encountered the bug myself.

    It's about the Enchanted Tower in Jotunheim. I fully completed everything in Jotunheim, all missions etc and traveled back to regular England. I did a few regions there (but this is probably not needed to recreate the bug) over the next several days. Today i returned to Jotunheim with the potion, and immediately fast traveled to the Enchanted Tower in Utgard.

    When spawning at the fast travel point and looking down I can see the pile of leaves at the bottom. So I press jump, and instead of eagle diving, Eivor regularly jumps down. I went down the tower manually to find that the bottom has an invisible wall and thus the leaf pile is not accessible. Which shouldn't be when you fast travel to the top (thus having completed the tower already). This makes the fast travel point practically useless.

    There's a video in the thread I linked, but I made one myself too:



    Please fix this. The tower should be completely open when you fast travel there, now the lowest part seems to be closed (as it is when entering from the bottom when you fist discover the tower).

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  • Kennyannydenny
    Original poster 116 posts

    There seem to be more bugs related to the tower. If you jump down one level from the fast travel point, and look between the two logs with skulls (to change the environment) the floor also incorrectly spawns. The plants and invisible floor spawn, but you can see through the floor.

    It seems the tower is pretty bugged when you go from the top to to lower layers when returning to Jotunheim.

    See screenshots below:
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    Or is this intended? Now i'm in doubt as Eivor hops from one side to the other over the hole in the ground. The first post is really a bug, but maybe this isn't.

  • ubi-smash
    Ubisoft Support Staff 382 posts

    @kennyannydenny Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I have collected the video clip for our development team to review further. To confirm, every time that you have fast traveled to this location, you are unable to use leap of faith correct?

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  • Kennyannydenny
    Original poster 116 posts

    @ubi-smash Not every time. Like 90% of the time. One time I fast travelled from the bottom of the tower to the top and it worked perfectly fine. Did the exact same thing again (from bottom to top), and it didn't work again. 90% of the time it's not actually working.

    When fast travelling to the top of the tower (thus meaning you have completed it), should always make it so the bottom is open, without the invisible wall.

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